We love investigating our projects through narratives and have a special soft spot for cartoons.

 

 

We believe every client is different; every place is in some way peculiar and unique. We aim to embrace this fact and let it affect our architecture.

Through the years we have investigated narrative architecture through a variation of methods, from participation processes to social mapping. However the tool we love the most is addressing different perspectives through cartoons and visual storytelling.

The following images is a selection of our cartoons, including the animated movie “Bottled Message” (Oslo Triennale 2007), the cartoon “Finding Neverland” (exhibited in the National Museum of Architecture in Oslo) and “The Black Glacier”.

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Odda / Oslo Triennale 2007

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Vigelandsparken / Oslo Triennale 2007

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Hysvær / Oslo Triennale 2007

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Salt foundation / Oslo Triennale 2007

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Mirror house / Oslo Triennale 2007

We believe every client is different; every place is in some way peculiar and unique.

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Extraction / Black Glacier

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Finding Neverland / Main feature, Byggekunst (The Norwegian Architectural Review)

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Extraction / Finding Neverland

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Extraction / Finding Neverland