Villa Lian is under construction these days. The project is a slim and long two story building, placed in a sloping terrain in the forrest next to Trondheim.
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Villa Charlottenlund is currently under construcion! The project is a brick house with a protected atrium and several out door stairs connecting the villa to the sloping landscape.
A sneak peek at our Villa Charlottenlund in Trondheim. The project is a brick house with a protected atrium and several out door stairs connecting the villa to the sloping landscape.
Our new collaboration with Massivtre AS (Cross Laminated Timber) is being erected these days. The cabin is nicely placed in between some beautiful pine trees and smooth, solid rocks.
We’re proud that our Cabin Vindheim is part of the exhibition “A Place to Be: Contemporary Norwegian Architecture 2011–2016”, at the National Museum of Architecture! If you’re in Oslo, we recomend to pop by and have a look at the 25 selected peojects! (Read about the exhibition HERE)
We recently submitted our contribution to the exhibition “Commoning Kits” and look forward sharing our proposal with you as soon as the exhibition opens at Form / Design Centre in Malmö (Sweeden), the 7th of September 2017. “Commoning Kits” will be an exhibition of ideas – architectural concepts for a socially and ecologically sustainable city – from… Read more »
We recently proposed a compact cabin at Larkollen, 45 minutes drive south of Oslo. The cabin is constructed in cross laminated timber, copper plates and concrete.
Our Cabin Vindheim is up for nomination to the Archdaily “Building of the year”. Really appreciate if you share and vote! Simply follow the link and click “nominate”! CLICK HERE TO NOMINATE !
We are currently designing a new villa in the beautiful Lofoten Islands in the north of Norway. More information will soon be updated on this project!
Proud to be part of the strategy work for tourism in Årdal, an industrial town next to Norway’s largest fjord and the dramatic mountains of Jotunheimen. The strategy is developed in collaboration with Mimir AS and Årdal Utvikling, in close dialogue with people and tourism operators from the local community.