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Dikehaugen 12 in Trondheim, Norway by Arkitekt August Schmidt AS

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Article source: Arkitekt August Schmidt AS

Dikehaugen 12 is a small one-family home situated amid trees in the outskirts of the city of Trondheim, Norway. The complex comprises three saddle-roof built volumes: dwelling, suana and annex, all constructed in wood and clad with pine shingles.

The Dikehaugen project is a commentary on contemporary building practices, the aim is to demontrate (rather than speak of) solutions and thinking which represents an alternative to todays standards. The project aimed at keeping a high standard in planning, materials, construction, and design, with the architect involved in and in charge of all aspects of the building process.

Image Courtesy © Arkitekt August Schmidt AS


Moholt 50|50 – Timber Towers in Trondheim, Norway by MDH Arkitekter

Thursday, February 16th, 2017

Article source: MDH Arkitekter

Student housing often drown in mediocrity, with simple units stacked on top of each other in the cheapest way possible and left to themselves without support programs. The Moholt 50|50 project is a reaction to this. By inserting new housing collectives and a wide range of support services and public programs into an existing student village built in the sixties, a new active central area is created, erasing the psychological border between the student village and the surrounding area.

Image Courtesy © Ivan Brodey

  • Architects: MDH Arkitekter (Helge Lunder)
  • Project: Moholt 50|50 – Timber Towers
  • Location: Trondheim, Norway
  • Photography: Ivan Brodey, Tomas Bekkavik


Villa Vatnan in Trondheim, Norway by Nordic — Office of Architecture

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

Article source: Nordic — Office of Architecture

Nordic — Office of Architecture was approached by the Vatnan family to deliver their dream home. They had a simple architectural vision, but a demanding site on which it was to be realised.

Image Courtesy © m.herzog visualis

Image Courtesy © m.herzog visualis

  • Architects: Nordic — Office of Architecture
  • Project: Villa Vatnan
  • Location: Trondheim, Norway
  • Photography: Espen Grønli and m.herzog visualis
  • Client: The Vatnan family
  • Floor Area: 280 m²
  • Start Date: 2007
  • Status: Completed


Norway`s national music museum (Extension, restoration) in Lade, Trondheim by LINK arkitektur

Saturday, January 31st, 2015

Article source: LINK arkitektur

Ringve – Norway`s National Music Museum is located on a hill on the Lade peninsula near Trondheim with great views of the cultural landscape and Trondheimsfjorden surrounding the site. The buildings, situated in a typical homestead arrangement, were erected from 1740 to 1952. All of the buildings are worthy of protection. The Ringve National Music Museum has a national mandate to conserve and convey both music and musical instruments. The museum is fitted with a new extension as well as rehabilitation and refurbishing of the existing buildings. The extension is located outside of the stead enclosure as a “black box” for temporary exhibitions. The design of the building is in part inspired by the resonance boxes usually featured in many musical instruments. From the media library, you will find beautiful views of the botanic garden surrounding the estate. A new common entry area with a reception, museum store and café connects both the permanent and temporary exhibitions. In addition, the old banquet hall has also been upgraded and refurbished. One of the main goals of the project was to secure an environmentally friendly design throughout, and the new extension is Norway’s first museum building built in compliance with the passive house standard. A new elevator was installed to secure accessibility for all visitors in the new museum complex.

Image Courtesy © Harald Oren/Ringve Museum

Image Courtesy © Harald Oren/Ringve Museum

  • Architects: LINK arkitektur
  • Project: Norway`s national music museum (Extension, restoration)
  • Location: Lade, Trondheim
  • Photography: Harald Oren/Ringve Museum
  • Software used: ArchiCad
  • PROCUREMENT: 1. Prize, 2010 Competition
  • BUILDER: Stiftelsen Ringve Museum
  • GROSS AREA: 910 m2, 1 300 m2 refurbished
  • COST: NOK approx. 40 mill
  • STATUS: Completed 2013


Arne Garborgsei 18 in Trondheim, Norway by TYIN tegnestue Architects

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Article source: TYIN tegnestue Architects

This project is the result of our first attempt at commercial architecture in the Norwegian setting, and thus a learning experience. It is the first time of working with detail in accordance to building code and regulations on Norwegian soil. This resulted in 30 cm thick walls and roofs half a meter in thickness.

Image Courtesy © Pasi Aalto

Image Courtesy © Pasi Aalto

  • Architects: TYIN tegnestue Architects
  • Project: Arne Garborgsei 18
  • Location: Trondheim, Norway
  • Photography: Pasi Aalto
  • Client: Vivian Helene Bye og Tom Erik Kroknes
  • Project: Simgle family house extension
  • Cost: 1 300 000 NOK / 157 000 EUR
  • Building period: September 2011 – January 2014
  • Area: 48 sqm
  • Engineer: Harboe Leganger Sivilingeni¿rer
  • Interior treatment: Livos Naturmaling


Knowledge Centre, St. Olavs Hospital in Trondheim, Norway

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Article source: Nordic – Office of Architecture

The Knowledge Centre at St. Olav’s Hospital in Trondheim completes the overall scheme for the hospital grounds that has been on-going since the design competition in 1995, and is centrally located in the heart of the development. Designed with a strong emphasis on functionality and usability, the Knowledge Centre will provide facilities for both St. Olav’s Hospital and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Image Courtesy © Espen Gr¢nli, Passive facade with integrated artwork

  • Architects: Nordic – Office of Architecture in collaboration with Ratio Arkitekter AS
  • Project: Knowledge Centre, St. Olavs Hospital
  • Location: Trondheim, Norway
  • Photography: Jiri Havran, Espen Gr¢nli, Nordic

RAKE Showroom in Trondheim, Norway by RAKE visningsrom

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Article source: RAKE visningsrom

Students create showroom for art and architecture in Trondheim, Norway
The showroom RAKE is the latest addition to Trondheim’s art landscape. It is the result of a student workshop in which thirty students from the architecture schools of Trondheim, Oslo and Bergen joined forces to design and construct this new exhibition space for art and architecture.

Image Courtesy RAKE visningsrom

  • Architects: RAKE visningsrom
  • Project: RAKE Showroom
  • Location: Trondheim, Norway


‘Proscenium’ Trondheim in Trondheim, Norway by Point Supreme Architects, Alexandros Gerousis and Beth Hughes

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

In 2010 Point Supreme Architects,  Alexandros Gerousis and Beth Hughes  won the Europan 10 Competition for Trondheim Norway.  The second phase of the concept design has just been completed and preparations for the next phases have already started.  This will be the second Europan project to be realised in Trondheim.

Front View

  • Architect: Point Supreme Architects, Alexandros Gerousis and  Beth Hughes
  • Name of Project: ‘Proscenium’ Trondheim
  • Location: Trondheim, Norway
  • Status: commission by Trondheim municipality
  • Program: housing
  • Area: 2817 m2
  • Year: 2011


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