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A-lab Architects, Norway : Architecture

Contemporary Norwegian Architect Practice – Oslo Design Studio: Information + News

A-lab – Latest Designs

A-lab Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Deg 42 Building, Barcode, Oslo, Norway
Deg 42 Office Building
photo : Ivan Brodey
Deg 42 Building – 18 May 2016
Meatpacking Distric New York. THE ICONIC SHAPE is a direct result of a narrow and wedge-shaped leftover plot, at the very end of BARCODE. THE DESIGN IS ROOTED IN A DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLE of bestowing all users with excellent working conditions, good lighting and access to both formal and informal meeting spaces. COLUMN-FREE INTERIOR makes the office spaces completely flexible and increases adaptability for shifting needs of different tenants.

Statoil Offices, Oslo, Norway
Statoil Oslo Building
picture : Placebo Effects
Statoil Offices Oslo – 4 Oct 2013 : WAF Completed Building Office winner
The scale and drama of the spaces created under the cantilevers is breathtaking and points in the direction of a remarkable achievement for both the client, IT Fornebu, and the architect. The project won the Future commercial prize at the 2009 World Architecture Festival.

Eco Cube, Økern, Oslo, Norway
2011-
Eco Cube
picture : a-lab
Eco Cube Oslo
The cube will be a pilot project for the design studio’s eco-BIM technology. The Økern area faces significant changes in the near future and is being developed as a new destination in Oslo. The new Økern center brings industry, culture and housing to the area. Lørenveien 68 can function as a broker between the new Økern center and Løren’s established residential area.

New Library and city hall in Søgne, Norway
Søgne City Hall & Library
picture courtesy of the architects office
Søgne City Hall – 12 Aug 2011
The construction of the new library and renovation of City Hall in Søgne, Norway is starting in the midst of September. The parish hall will be rebuilt, and the building will get a new third floor, which will allow for an outdoor scene. The future-oriented new library will be twice as large as the current one.

Furuset Masterplan – Competition win, Oslo, Norway
Furuset Oslo
picture from architects
Furuset Masterplan – 13 Apr 2011
The project goal is to condense the suburb Furuset i Groruddalen outside Oslo in Norway, with 2,500 new homes and 1,500 new workspaces, and to reduce CO2 emissions by 50 percent by 2030. The project provides a district that stands for sustainable urban development.

A-lab – Recent Designs

Buildings, reverse chronological:

Border Station, Norway
Border Station Norway
image courtesy of the architects office
Norwegian Military Base

Deichman Library, Oslo, Norway
Deichman Library Oslo
image from architects
a-lab Oslo competition entry for Deichman Library

National Museum of Art Architecture & Design Competition, Norway
Nasjonalmuseum Oslo Design
image from architects office
Nasjonalmuseum Oslo : entry

A-lab – Key Projects

Key Building Projects by A-lab, alphabetical:

Ajman Municipal headquarters, Dubai, UAE
2007-
Ajman headquarters
picture from architects
Ajman Architecture

Arctic Culture Centre, Hammerfest, Norway

Arctic Culture Centre
picture courtesy of the architects studio
Arctic Culture Centre
International architecture competition win for the Hammerfest Arctic Culture Centre in August 2004. The competition site has a total area of around 9,000 sqm with a sea front of about 300m.

IT-Fornebu, Oslo, Norway
Date built: 2008
Norwegian IT-centre
picture from architects
IT-Fornebu

PWC building, Barcode development, Bjørvika, Oslo, Norway
Date built: 2008
PWC building
picture from architects
PWC Building Oslo

Søgne Town Hall Extension + New Library, Søgne, Norway
2008-

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A-lab – Practice Information

A-lab is a young international architecture office that aims to create innovative and experimental projects. A-lab started in 2000 and consists of 25 architects with diverse backgrounds and experience. It is located in Oslo and is involved in a variety of projects with a global character.

A-lab Architects : Norwegian Design Studio

Oslo Buildings

Oslo Architecture

Oslo Operahouse
Design: Snøhetta, Architects
Oslo Operahouse Building
picture : Statsbygg

Oslo Operahouse

The munch museum and stenersen museum collections
Design: HerrerosArquitectos
Museum Building Oslo
Models by Jorge Queipo, photos by Federico López

Munch Museum : Architecture Competition win

Akerselva Atrium
Design: NBBJ Architects
Oslo Office Building
photos © Tim Griffith

Akerselva Atrium

Website: Architectural Walking Tours

Norwegian Architect Studios

Buildings / photos for the A-labOslo Design Office page welcome

A-lab buildings, Norway – page

Website: www.a-lab.no

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