Norgesglasset in Oslo Airport

Norgesglasset in Oslo Airport

Architects: Snøhetta

Designed and produced by Norwegian glassworks Hadeland Glassverk, the traditional jar is known for its distinctive red rubber gasket and grey aluminum lid, elements which are reprised in the design of the bar through its simple color and material palette.

Infinity House in Norway

Infinity House in Norway

Architects: Vladimir Konovalov

Northern Norway is a paradise for those, who prefer quite retreat in the solitude of wild nature rather than southern busy touristic places. Infinity House was designed for this specific purpose.

Cabin Gapahuk

Cabin Gapahuk in Norway

Architects: Snøhetta

Combining tradition and innovation, Gapahuk is designed to be a readymade cabin that fits into nearly any scenery – whether it’s placed in the mountains, in the forest or by the sea.

New Oslo Airport Building

New Avinor Oslo Airport, Norway

Design: Nordic-Office of Architecture

World’s greenest terminal launches: 115,000 sqm expansion uses snow as a coolant and achieves the world’s first BREEAM ‘Excellent’ sustainability rating for an airport building.

New Oslo Airport Building

New Avinor Oslo Airport Building

Design: Nordic-Office of Architecture

Norway’s main airport opened within budget and on time. The increased capacity is at approx. 32 million passengers annually. The airport building has almost doubled in size,

Billingstad House

Billingstad House near Oslo

Architects: Norhus

Tone Bekkestad, a prestigious lecturer and highly acclaimed environmentalist, has created a home with her husband that is compatible with their style of living and commitment to the environment.

Romsdal Museum

Romsdal Museum, Norway

Design: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter

This new building in Molde has been selected as a finalist for the 5th Annual Architizer A+Award, and also nominated the “Wooden Building of the Year 2016” in Norway.

Library Hideaway

Library Hideaway in Vestfold

Design: NOMA Arkitekter

Architects Vincenzo Marchese and Petter Nordahl have recently created an eye-catching library, clad in sustainable Kebony wood, by converting the second storey of a garage in Vestfold, Norway.