Article source: AART architects A/S
Inspiria Science Centre is designed as one of the most advanced science centres in Northern Europe and is part of a long-term plan to make knowledge the most important asset of the Østfold Region in Norway. This ambitious plan is reflected in the architectural aspiration, as the trifold form is designed as a communications platform merging the environment, energy and health.
- Architect: AART architects A/S
- Name of Project: Inspiria Science Centre
- Location: Bjørnstadveien 16, 1712 Graalum, Norway
- Area: 6.500m2
- Type: Science centre
- Photographer: Adam Mørk
- Software used: Designed and planned using Revit; NavisWorks to develop the model; Solibri to collision test the model.