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Munch Museum in Oslo designed by estudio Herreros opening soon

09-06-2021

Munch Museum in Oslo designed by estudio Herreros opening soon

On October 22, 2021 the largest collection in the world of works by the iconic Norwegian artist Edvard Munch will be open to visitors in the new Munch Museum in Oslo. Work on the new structure designed by the estudio Herreros firm has been completed and during a live-streamed event director Stein Olav Henrichsen presented the museum to the press and announced the opening date. The new Munch Museum will house more than 26,000 works that the famous Norwegian artist bequeathed to the city of Oslo, with a strong commitment to demonstrate just how important and lasting Edvard Munch’s influence has been on society, as well as on young contemporary artists.

Snøhetta designs sustainable workspaces for Powerhouse Telemark

06-11-2020

Snøhetta designs sustainable workspaces for Powerhouse Telemark

Snøhetta’s new Powerhouse in Telemark, Norway is a building that produces more energy than it consumes: the new building’s net energy consumption is 70% less than that of similar newly constructed buildings, setting a new standard for sustainable workspaces.

Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter residential complex in Oslo

01-09-2020

Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter residential complex in Oslo

The Norwegian studio Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter has developed a housing complex in Oslo, bringing together tradition and innovation by using a contemporary architectural language in a historically significant context.

Exhibition at Aedes Architecture Forum: Arctic Nordic Alpine – In Dialogue With Landscape. Snøhetta

06-07-2020

Exhibition at Aedes Architecture Forum: Arctic Nordic Alpine – In Dialogue With Landscape. Snøhetta

July 4 through August 20 Berlin’s Aedes Architecture Forum hosts the exhibition Arctic Nordic Alpine, focusing on architecture in vulnerable landscapes. A number of pioneering projects by Snøhetta, such as the Hotel Svart at the foot of the Svartisen glacier, the Arctic World Archive Visitor Centre on Svalbard Island, Under restaurant in Lindesnes and the recent Tungestølen shelter in Luster, offer examples of how architecture can make an active contribution to mitigation of the effects of climate change and promote more sustainable ways of using nature by implementing solutions in dialogue with landscape.

Snøhetta designs Powerhouse Brattørkaia, the world’s northernmost energy-positive building

31-01-2020

Snøhetta designs Powerhouse Brattørkaia, the world’s northernmost energy-positive building

The severity of the global climate crisis forces professionals to face important responsibilities in designing and constructing new buildings and everyone must do their part. On the one hand, companies like the Iris Ceramica Group commit to fully supporting environmental protection in all phases of the production cycle and to developing eco-active products for architecture, as well as for interiors. On the other hand, architects must focus on creating high quality spaces for people, while also reducing our environmental footprint. This is the case of a recent project, Powerhouse Brattørkaia designed by Snøhetta, which aims to set a new standard for the construction of buildings.

Lund Hagem Architects: Cabin Knapphullet in the Norwegian fjords

01-11-2017

Lund Hagem Architects: Cabin Knapphullet in the Norwegian fjords

Lund Hagem Architects designed Cabin Knapphullet in Sandefjord, Norway, with a clear concept of the surrounding space: it takes the inside outdoors, blurring the distinctions between the two.

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