Articles tagged Norway


If there’s too much art, Snøhetta will add more space

LILLEHAMMER – A museum in a small Norwegian town keeps outgrowing its home. For the second time in its 52-year existence, the Lillehammer Art Museum has been extended to create more …

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A concrete flying carpet provides for a sky-high Norwegian outlook

GULARFJELL – Code has created a massive concrete viewing platform at the west coast of Norway.


Koko Architects designs a place to interact for Norwegian hikers in an awe-inspiring setting

SODDATJØRN — A cluster of tents forms the social basis for a community of cabins on a Norwegian hiking trail.

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A Farewell to Mowing Lawns

STAVANGER – Tor Austigard updates the wooden Nordic coastal townhouse.


Garp Design sculpts a natural landscape in Norway to express identity

STAVANGER – Gassco and Garp Design have a longstanding relationship regarding the gas transporting company’s stand at the international offshore oil and energy exhibition Offshore Northern Seas …

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Photographer Steve King shows aerial views of Manshausen’s arctic architecture

MANSHAUSEN – A visual follow-up on Snorre Stinessen's Sea Cabins which we published in Mark 62situated on a blissful and privately owned Norwegian island.



NESODDEN – When confronted with one problem, Norwegian firm Nataas [arkitektur] decided to solve four.


Snøhetta x Aesop shops look under the skin for inspiration

SINGAPORE / DÜSSELDORF / OSLO – Renowned Oslo firm Snøhetta designs three new boutiques in Singapore, Germany and Norway for an Australian luxury skincare company.


YME by Snøhetta

Snøhetta’s YME store in Oslo mimics an ancient Norse creation myth.


Imeüble by Bjørn Jørund Blikstad

This month sees the release of our forthcoming Masterclass: Interior Design book. The book will be available to pre-order soon and to give a taster of what awaits readers, we dive into one of the …


Durr by Skrekkøgle

When is a watch not a watch? When it’s a ‘watch-thing’ called Durr, out now in the beta version from the designers at Skrekkøgle.


Finefood by Note Studio

Inspired by photographs of the misty and widespread landscape of California’s Death Valley, Note Studio relied on their Scandinavian designer DNA for their overhaul of the local Fine Food deli.