Posts Tagged ‘Norway’
Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Article source: Saunders Architecture
As a consequence of the global economic recession and increase of centralization, architects worldwide take on the challenge of designing small houses. The design ideas are often proportionally inverted by the sizes.
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- Architects: Saunders Architecture
- Project: Slice
- Location: Haugesund, Norway
- Software used: Archicad
- Team of architects: Todd Saunders, Attila Béres, Adam Siemaszkiewicz
- Client: Steinar Jørgensen
- Size: 15 m²
- Status: Completed 2014
Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Article source: Aslak Haanshuus Arkitekter AS
The project is located on the shores of the lake Femunden, half an hour’s drive south of the World Heritage Site mining town Røros. The site lies right on the edge of Femundsmarka National Park, which is part of the largest continuous wilderness areas in Southern Scandinavia.
Image Courtesy © Tom Gustavsen
- Architects: Aslak Haanshuus Arkitekter AS
- Project: Cabin at Femunden
- Location: Femunden, Norway
- Photography: Tom Gustavsen
- Design team: Aslak Krogness Haanshuus
- Contractor: Martin Røsand and Kasper Ødegaard
- Furnishings: Stein Haanshuus and Niels Moer
- Main materials: Local timber of pine, doors and windows from Velfac.
- Area: 85 sqm
- Year: 2015 (more…)
Thursday, May 7th, 2015
Article source: AART architects
AART architects reveal the first building phase of the Waterfront development – one of the largest wooden residential developments in Europe. Located on the edge of Stavanger harbor front, the 19,500 m2 development transforms the former industrial area into a recreational part of town.
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- Architects: AART architects
- Project: THE WATERFRONT
- Location: Stavanger, Norway
- Client:Kruse-Smith (developer), Stavanger 2008 and NAL|NABU (original contracting authority)
- Size: 19,500 m2
- Status: The first building phase was completed in June 2014, The second phase building will be completed in 2015
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
Article source: LINK arkitektur
In 1989, Vestbo, a local housing cooperation acquired a stunning site 10 minutes north from Bergen.
The plot is up in the hillside and has spectacular views over the fjord leading into the Bergen harbor.
Vestbo developed most of the land before the year 2000, but one plot had been preserved due to a high power line above that went over it and made it uninhabitable due to electrical radiation, In 2008 the power company dismantled the power line and put it underground. Suddenly the possibility for a new housing development arose.
Image Courtesy © Hundven Clements
- Architects: LINK arkitektur
- Project: Hellen Panorama
- Location: Eidsvåg, Norway
- Software used: ArchiCad
Thursday, March 26th, 2015
Article source: AMB arkitekter
Fornebu S is the latest contribution to Fornebulandet, a peninsula alongside Oslofjord, currently in the process of urban renewal. The centre’s strategic siting gives residents of Snarøya and Fornebu access to a much needed shopping precinct and meeting place. The main square provides an active connection to the centre and an important node for the orientation and gathering of people in the area. The square consists of restaurants, cafes and a cultural arena to magnify the bustling life of the area both during and after closing times.
Image Courtesy © AMB arkitekter
- Architects: AMB arkitekter
- Project: Fornebu S
- Location: Norway
- Software used: ArchiCAD
- BREEAM Awards Winner 2015 in two categories
Thursday, March 12th, 2015
Article source: Cubo Arkitekter A/S & HLM Arkitektur og Plan AS
Bergen University College brings together the engineer, teacher and health educations in one new building complex. The college is built on a former railway depot site, where new buildings blend in, regards being taken to the layout of the rails, with the original structures.
The school is designed as a serpentine shape winding its way through the old structures, thus creating intimate courtyards and nice outdoor spaces for the Kronstad quarter.
Image Courtesy © Cubo Arkitekter A/S & HLM Arkitektur og Plan AS
- Architects: Cubo Arkitekter A/S & HLM Arkitektur og Plan AS
- Project: BERGEN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE/ Høgskolen i Bergen
- Location: Bergen, Norway
- Client: Statsbygg, Norway and Bergen University College
- Landscape: Asplan Viak AS
- Engineer: Sweco Norge AS
- Area: 51.750 m2
- Finished: 2014
- Bergen municipality´s prize for architecture and urban design, 2014.
- Innovation Prize for universal design and accessibility, 2015.
Tuesday, March 10th, 2015
Article source: LOGG Arkitekter
Kebony announced its latest residential project, Villa Melkeveien, in Oslo, Norway. Situated on a sunny hillside in Holmenkollen overlooking Oslo, the floor to ceiling windows provide spectacular views of the city, stretching out towards the Oslo Fjord. A strikingly modern building designed by LOGG Arkitekter, the villa is wrapped in horizontal Kebony cladding and glass and is truly breath-taking in appearance, contrasting and yet complementing to the other villas in the neighborhood.
Image Courtesy © LOGG Arkitekter
- Architects: LOGG Arkitekter (Diederik Advocaat Clausen)
- Project: Villa Melkeveien
- Location: Oslo, Norway
- Photography: LOGG Arkitekter
Friday, February 20th, 2015
Article source: OPA FORM architects
Hovering above the city, hidden behind trees in the forest of Bergen’s most famous mountain; through a tuba-tunnel, you can enter a wooden bubble. One night, just for you and your kids.
The project is the result of a design-build workshop at Bergen School of Architecture lead by Espen Folgerø at OPA FORM architects.
Image Courtesy © Espen Folgerø
- Architects: OPA FORM architects
- Project: Tubakuba mountain hut
- Location: Bergen, Norway
- Photography: Espen Folgerø, Helge Skodvin, Marina Magreøy, Stine Elise Kristoffersen, Gunnar Sørås
- PROJECT TEAM:
- Students: Gunnar Sørås, Bent Brørs, Ida Helen Skogstad, Adrian Højfeldt, Eivind Lechbrandt, Alice Guan, Luise Storch, Eline Moe Eidvin, Shepol Barzan, Øyvind Kristiansen, Stein Atle Juvik, Eva Bull, Kristian Bøysen and Sondre Bakken.
- Professors: Espen Folgerø, Håvard Austvoll, Sigurdur Gunnarsson and Hans Christian Elstad
Friday, February 13th, 2015
Article source: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
This all-year cabin is located in the mountains above the village Ål, amidst cross-country ski tracks in winter and hiking tracks in summer. It is well suited for the family of five and designed to accommodate changes in family composition and a mix of generations in the years to come. The project has had a particular ambition to adapt to the existing topography and natural surroundings, while taking advantage of the beneficial opportunities of the site.
Image Courtesy © Soren Harder Nielsen
- Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter AS
- Project: V-Lodge
- Location: Ål, Buskerud, Norway
- Photography: Soren Harder Nielsen
- Client: Private
- Size / value: 120 m2
- Commission type: Direct commission (2011)
- Program: All-year cabin for a family of five
- Status: Completed (2013)
Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
Article source: 3RW Arkitekter
The student houses at Grønneviksøren are an attempt to answer a big challenge in growing cities today. How do we create sustainable architecture for a great number of people – in this case the students – who need homes for a low budget in the city?
Grønneviksøren, as a transformation area, is located just outside of Bergen city center, by a 20 minute walk. It consists of 16 different building groups with varying height up to 8 floors.
Image Courtesy © Cecilie Bannow
- Architects: 3RW Arkitekter
- Project: Grønneviksøren Student Apartments
- Location: Bergen, Norway
- Photography: Cecilie Bannow
- Month and year work completed: September 2013
- Living area: 21 750m2
- No. of housing units: 727
- Buildingowner: SIB (Studentsamskipnaden i Bergen)
- Landscape architect: Smedsvig landskapsarkitekter AS
- Main engineering firm: Multiconsult AS
- Main contractors: FaktorIndustrier AS, Norskbetontindustri AS