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.
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.
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.
Scandinavia is currently the centre of attention on the global stage as the world goes mad for its clean, minimalistic aesthetic and interesting lifestyle trends such as hygge. However, Norway and Oslo in particular seems to be at the hub of it all.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects to design new campus complex for the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute. The approximately 30,000-square-metre campus complex will comprise a pair of sustainable, modern buildings that will enliven both the science and greater Oslo community.
Oslo Architecture Triennale news – Letters to the Mayor: Oslo presents missives written by architects to city’s Mayor, bringing pressing issues and new ideas, part of an international series initiated by Storefront for Art and Architecture.
The new high quality housing project in Ski Vest will offer innovative apartments sheltered in a green new neighborhood. Designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter on the site of a former military camp, the residential building relates to adjacent historical landscape and buildings from the 1890s.
Building design by Danish architects COBE for 11,000 sqm visitor center and brewery on the waterfront in Stavanger. A brewery will be the heart of the building, surrounded by a visitor centre, harbour bath, roof garden and the first ‘street-food’ market on the west coast of Norway.
For a better climate – Mjøstårnet will be over 80 metres tall, 30 metres higher than the world’s tallest timber building. The Norwegian tower sets new standards for timber constructions.
New Maritime Museum and Exploratorium designed by Danish architect duo. The spectacular Norwegian building is designed by the Danish architects COBE and TRANSFORM and is already an architectural landmark of the town.
The design by Stinessen Arkitektur was inspired by the client brief and the natural elements and surroundings of the site. Design features endeavour to meet practical functions and/or the experience of the nature and surroundings, while keeping the individual guests comfortably sheltered.
Oslotre, a Norwegian architect firm and specialist in timber construction, worked hard to ensure the Bath House merged into the woodland surroundings without taking away from the existing log cabin
Building design by Reiulf Ramstad Architects anchored in and inspired by the history and culture of its location. Its architecture conveys its modern function, giving a rich cultural and architectural experience.
Bergen self-build project completed by architect at one of Scandinavia’s most prestigious architecture firms. Offering exceptional views of the surrounding landscape, Frønsdal’s inspiring yet simplistic design has gone on to receive widespread TV coverage across Scandinavia.