Articles tagged Norway

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Is this Norway's coolest high school? With Artigo flooring, it seems so

Tromsø, Norway – HLM Architecture tapped Artigo rubber flooring as a way to make each space as adaptable, creative and invigorating as the school, itself.

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Digital? Physical? Phygital? Snøhetta does it all for a Norwegian fashion house

Oslo – Snøhetta designed a showroom, flagship store and digital retail channel to create a seamless experience for clients of Oslo-based fashion house Holzweiler.

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These outdoor care retreats by Snøhetta take biophilic healthcare to the next level

Oslo – The two biggest hospitals in Norway now have private cabins that give patients and their loved ones a breath of fresh forest air and a chance to decompress from long-stay …

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These Norwegian treetop cabins just upped the glamping game

Gjesåsen, Norway – Designed by architect Espen Survenik, the Pan treetop-cabins offer a contemporary cabin experience built in line with nature.

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This Norwegian hotel provides eternal sunshine – yes, Norwegian

Bergen, Norway – In Bergen, Dutch design team Concrete imagines a hotel whose guests never have to suffer a daylight deficiency.

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Five installations to experience at the London Design Biennale

London – From an object that responds positively to human disobedience to disobedient objects that respond negatively to humans, here are five Emotional States to experience. 

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Kvistad uses colour to sculpt Bakken & Bæck HQ by spatial function

OSLO, Norway – Walls, ceiling, floor and furniture immersed in spatially dependent hues: someone at Bakken & Bæck obviously believes in colour psychology.

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Taking stock of hospitality at Hotel Bergen Børs

Bergen, Norway – Step inside financial history as Stockholm-based studio Claesson Koivisto Rune breathes new life into the city’s former stock exchange building.

Elgtarn Tower by Ram Arkitektur. Photos Sam Hughes
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Beds cantilever into the wild in Ram Arkitektur's log tower

ESPEDALEN – The tower provides accommodation in its most basic form, stripping back to the bare bones of hospitality with neither running water nor electricity.

Fordypningsrommet Fleinvær by TYIN Tegnestue and Rintala Eggertsson Architects. Photos Pasi Aalto
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TYIN Tegnestue and Rintala Eggertsson Architects build upon the wild

FLEINVAER – Tucked away quietly in the northern-most parts of Norway, an intriguing composition of buildings sits gently atop the awe-inspiring nature of Fleinvaer island.

Lillehammer Art Museum by Snøhetta. Photos Mark Syke
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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 …

The carpet is not be styled, but comes forth as a serene and plain construction. Photo Jiri Havran
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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.