Designers Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa from the Japanese architecture firm SANAA recently entered the bidding for an architectural design competition for the construction of the Nobel Prize headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. SANAA's proposal for the headquarters feature six stunningly transparent spheres varying in differing sizes. They have rendered a series of simplistically translucent spheres that are an ode to the corporations message -- a message of global unity and transparency. Fully utilizing the city of Stockholm, the skyline and the waterfront to achieve an even more visually appealing scene as it invites the public to take a glimpse on the inner world of the Nobel headquarters.
The headquarters is designed especially to cater to the idea and inspiration of progressive learning and relaxation, with projections to build a new park that will be open to the public during the year.