Arne Henriksen Architecture, Norwegian Studio, Practice, Office, Design, Photo
Arne Henriksen Arkitekter AS : Norwegian Design Studio
Buildings by Arne Henriksen, Norway: Design Studio Information
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Arne Henriksen Arkitekter – Key Projects
Arne Henriksen Architects, Norway architecture practice
I found this presentation rather dull. The projects were woody, interesting geometries, playful, but somehow didn’t quite hit the spot in terms of focus, purity of concept and design rigour. I thought the stations looked enjoyable structures but the compositions looked disjointed.
[Adrian Welch] RIAS Convention 05.05.03
Key buildings designed by this Norwegian architect, alphabetical:
Frognerseteren Station, Norway
Date built: 1993
Frognerseteren is the end station of the Holmenkollen Line of the Oslo Metro, located in the Marka section of Oslo, the capital city of Norway. It the northernmost station in Oslo Metro, and is the station after Voksenkollen.
Holmlia Station, Norway
Date built: 1982
Holmlia is a railway station that opened originally in 1932 on the Østfold Line. It is located in the Holmlia neighborhood in the Søndre Nordstrand borough of Oslo, Norway.
Lillestrøm Station, Norway
Date built: 1998
Slependen Station, Norway
Date built: 1993
Photos for these railway station building in Norway are welcome.
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Arne Henriksen Arkitekter – Practice Information
Architects Studio based in Norway
This Norwegian architect has designed many Norwegian railway stations. He worked at NSB Arkitektkontor from 1975 til 1989, and thereafter in private architecture practice.
Born: February 26, 1944 (age 73), Søndre Land, Norway
He is a three-time winner of the Houen Fund Certificate for outstanding architecture, awarded by the National Association of Norwegian Architects.
Norwegian Architect Offices – Architect Listings
photograph : Nils Petter Dale
Website: Architectural Walking Tours
photo : Kim Müller
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