Slipway Housing Complex in Mandal

Slipway Housing Complex in Mandal

Designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, the Slipway Housing Complex project consists of five residential buildings. The first phase of the development contains 46 apartments divided into 16 different types and sizes.

Oslo Airport City in Norway

Oslo Airport City in Norway

Norwegian practices Haptic Architects and Nordic – Office of Architecture have unveiled their winning designs for the masterplan of Oslo Airport City (OAC), a new model for a sustainable smart city located adjacent to Oslo Airport.

Hemsedal Suites in Norway

Hemsedal Suites in Norway

Designed by HR Prosjekt the centrally located top ski resort and home to the highest ski lift in Scandinavia, Hemsedal Suites has now opened its doors to guests, offering the very best for skiers and snowboarders.

New Oslo Airport Building

New Avinor Oslo Airport, Norway

New Oslo Airport expansion wins ‘best sustainable building’ in international architecture competition. The 115,000 sqm ‘World’s greenest terminal’ design by Nordic-Office of Architecture uses snow as a coolant. World’s first BREEAM ‘Excellent’ sustainability rating for an airport building.

Gjovik House near Oslo

Gjøvik House near Oslo

Situated an hour north of Oslo, on a majestic hillside facing the Norwegian woods and Mjøsa Lake, lies the Gjøvik house. Imaginatively created by Norm Architects, the house comprises of six overlapping cubes clad with Kebony, a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects

Svart Powerhouse Hotel

Svart Powerhouse* hotel on Holandsfjorden Fjord

Designed by Snøhetta the circular body of “Svart” extends from the shoreline by the foot of the Almlifjellet mountain and into the clear waters of the Holandsfjorden fjord. The circular shape provides a panoramic view of the fjord and an experience of living in proximity with nature.

The Archive House in Stavanger

The Archive House in Stavanger

Situated in the Innovation Park at Ullandhaug, Stavanger, the Archive House has been imaginatively designed by Lund+Slaatto Architects to provide a 14,000 sqm cultural research centre which includes a café, library, meeting facilities and exhibition space.

Preikestolen Cabin

Preikestolen Cabin near Stavanger

Strategically positioned halfway between Preikestolen’s official trekking start point and Pulpit Rock – one of Norway’s most visited tourist attractions Scandihus have designed the Preikestolen Cabin offering spectacular views over the Lysefjord.