JVA, Jarmund/Vigsnæs Arkitekter, Architect, Norway, Projects, Buildings, Photos
JVA – Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter MNAL
Contemporary Norwegian Architecture Practice, Europe
3 Nov 2016
JVA – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Jarmund/Vigsnæs Arkitekter, alphabetical:
Oslo School of Architecture, Norway
image : Espen Grønli
The Oslo School of Architecture is based in an existing building from 1938, located by the Akerselva River in the eastern part of Oslo. The school is part of a larger effort to revitalise this former industrial area for education-related use. The long-term aim is a campus for arts education along the riverbank.
Gullesfjord Weight Control Station, Troms, Norway
Date built: 2011
photo : Nils Petter Dale
Gullesfjord Weight Control Station by JVA Architects
The building is situated at the key point junction between the new mainland to Lofoten connection and Vesterålen Island.
There will be a significant increase in heavy load transportation to this region and the need for a truck weight- and control station was present.
Oslo International School, Norway
Date built: 2008
picture from architectural studio
Oslo International School
Red House, Oslo, Norway
Date built: 2002
photo from architecture studio
Svalbard Science Centre, Norway
Date built: 2005
photograph : Nils Petter Dale
Svalbard Science Centre
Triangle House, Nesodden, Norway
Date built: 2006
photo from architects studio
White House, Strand, Norway
Date built: 2006
photo from design office
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Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter – Practice Information
This architects studio is based in Oslo, southern Norway.
Jarmund/Vigsnæs Arkitekter : Norwegian Architects
photo : Statsbygg
Norwegian Architecture Competition
picture from DRDH Architects
Norwegian Ski Jump
photos : Steven Walters
Buildings / photos for the Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter MNAL – Norwegian Architecture Practice page welcome
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