Here is a video of us from the construction of the ICEBAR 2015, the Northbound Adventure. Listen to us talking about the design and about building an ICEBAR!
Recently we finished our latest project – design for ICEBAR by ICEHOTEL Stockholm! For this years theme we have interpreted the story ”The wonderful adventures of Nils”, written by the Nobel Prize award winning Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf (1858-1940). We have transformed it into a spatial and non-linear narrative that allows the visitors to participate […]
Our Kiruna Winter Playground have gotten some nice publicity on Architizer, Inhabitat and MocoLoco among others! Really fun, and hopefully this will open up even more doors in the future. We are hoping this will be a concept that can spread all over Sweden (or the world)! /Christian
PinPin is part of group called Play without borders. In Swedish we are called ”Lekare utan gränser”, which is funnier, but the pun just doesn’t translate well into English. What we want to do is build playgrounds around the world where play is not considered as an important activity for children’s well-being. Our first project […]
Few knows why the lemmings started to provide the fishermen of the west coast with the delicious black gold. There are theories. Vague and crazy theories. Maybe in the future we will understand why this happened. This fantastic synergy between man and animal. Film with and by PinPin Studio, October 2014. The Black Gold from […]
So we are finally finished with our contribution to this years ICEHOTEL. We are very happy to be featured at Dezeen.com, The Contemporist, MocoLoco, and Treehugger among others! Please read all about it there before we get to it and write a full blog post here about the suite! Dezeen Contemporist MocoLoco Treehugger
We are very happy and proud to announce that we are going back to Jukkasjärvi and ICEHOTEL this coming winter! For the third year in a row our suggestion was one of the selected few that will become the art suites for the 2013-2014 season. Our suggestion is called ”It´s alive!” and is a Frankenstein-esque […]