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Projet • By AARTBureaux

Hoff X

Hoff X is a modern office building located by one of the radial roads leading into the district of Skøyen in Oslo. The building is located a short distance from the district’s green areas and traffic junctions and has been mainly built from high-quality wood and brick materials. Caption Offers a lot of flexibilityThe office building is four storeys high and contains 5,500 sqm of flexible office space with shops on the ground floor. The building has also been designed and laid out to make future expansion projects possible with an addition consisting of residences, thereby fulfilling the vision of the Skøyen urban development plan. Caption Opens towards the cityThe shops on the ground floor face out towards Ho... En savoir plus

Projet • By AARTBureaux


Møllerveien 4 is situated in the southern part of the Vulkan district in Oslo, a vibrant restaurant and night life are. It is shaped as an infill project where a remaining residential building from the 1930's is supplemented with a new extension that fulfils the district. Caption Marks the entrance to the Vulkan districtNext to the original building, there was previously an office-extension that will be teared down, to make space for the new restaurants in Vulkan. Above the restaurants, two floors with office spaces will be established. The end of the residential building will be extented with a nine storey residential tower that marks the entrance to the entire Vulkan district. A new staircase that surrounds the tower will rep... En savoir plus

Projet • By AARTBureaux

The KLP Building

The KLP Building stands as a landmark for the development of Oslo’s former industrial harbour into a modern and integrated part of the city. It is part of the Barcode Project on the waterfront, where the building not only rises over the waterfront as the first combined residential and office building, but also forms the city’s new skyline. Where the city meets the fjordThe KLP Building stands amongst the other Project Barcode buildings, adding new qualities to the area where the Norwegian capital meets the fjord. Where once heavy industry separated the city from the fjord, now there is a modern harbour district with homes, shops, restaurants and offices spread along the waterfront across the buildings. This is also true of the... En savoir plus

Projet • By AARTMusées

Viking Age Museum

With its unique finds from the Viking Age, including the world’s oldest and best-preserved Viking ships, the Viking Age Museum in Oslo has been hailed as one of the world’s most important museums. It contains Norway’s most important contribution to our world’s cultural heritage, and with the coming expansion and remodeling of the museum, it will be further elevated from a national museum to a leading international knowledge centre for the dissemination of knowledge about the Viking Age. Caption "The proposal provides an excellent solution to a complicated challenge. All with a focus on preserving our unique, highly popular Viking collection, which is one of the most important cultural monuments in the world,"-... En savoir plus

NouvellesNouvelles • 20 janv. 2021

Oslo cabin takes a sensitive position on steep terrain

Approximately one hour away from Oslo and on the Oslo fjord, this cabin for use all year is carefully placed on naturally occurring ledges in the steep terrain that surrounds. Designed by Jon Danielsen Aarhus, the cabin appears low and hidden from the arrival side and then opens up towards views on the sea. The driving force behind this sensitive approach was the client's desire to retain the site's existing bedrock and not alter the landscape with dynamite or any levelling.  Øystein Aspelund Further inspiration was drawn from a small existing cabin on the site. The small  building influenced not only how to situate the new cabin in the landscape but also its building colour, roof angle and overall form. The old cabin... En savoir plus

NouvellesNouvelles • 16 juil. 2020

Oslo’s new library opens with spectacular cantilever

More than a decade after the initial design competition, and delays due to COVID-19, Deichman Bjørvika, Oslo’s new main library is now open. Designed by Atelier Oslo and Lundhagem and located between Oslo Central Station and the Oslo Opera house, the design is characterised by dramatic cantilevers that extend out into the public realm. Credit: Einar Aslaksen A cantilevered floor to the east of the building cantilevers over the street, while the fourth floor cantilevers nearly 20 meters over an urban plaza. The architects explain that these cantilevered floors are suspended from the roof, which provides structural strength thanks to a folded geometry.   Credit: Einar Aslaksen The entry floor of the library is la... En savoir plus

Projet • By One WorksGares

Oslo Fornebu Centre Station Competition

One Works was shortlisted for one of the six Fornebubanen stations in a team working alongside Collective Works and Planke, as well as subcontractors Pir 2. The Fornebubanen is the largest subway development in recent time in Oslo and will be about 8.2 km long, extending from Fornebu Centre to Majorstuen. Six new stations will be built along the new line with two stations in Oslo at Vækerø and Skøyen, and four stations in Bærum including Fornebu Centre, Flytårnet, (Telenor) Arena and a station at Lysaker. The shortlisted design creates a striking new point of arrival into the heart of the emerging mixed-use community southwest of central Oslo. The design team sought to increase light and view down to the pl... En savoir plus

Projet • By ASAS arkitekturPaysage résidentiel

Skrivestue Faldbakken

The large plot is high and beautiful over the meadow landscape and the property consists of several built houses from various eras. A new extension could link the various existing buildings together, while the great view would be drawn into a new conservatory, a family room, or a writing room for the author. The extension is planned as a small timber building designed for maximum views and high light emission. It "escapes the roof" in the adjacent buildings by adjacent recessed niches. The roof lift follows the existing roof angles and flat roof solution into existing intermediate buildings.The new building is a hot, frost-proof solid building where the main support is in laminated timber columns and girders, while the roof structure is in... En savoir plus

Projet • By C.F. Møller ArchitectsBureaux

Biskop Gunnerus Gate 14B

A highrise at Oslo Central Station, which binds the street, station and the people of the city together.At the heart of Oslo Centre lies the Oslo Central Station hub, which is the point of entry to Oslo from the rest of the world. Here, at Biskop Gunners gate 14B, a new urban space with a plaza, hotel and high-rise building is creating attractive living spaces and efficient urban connections.Biskop Gunners gate 14B will be a pioneering international project when it comes to the environment and sustainability. The project will strengthen the area's development and highlight Oslo's ambition to make this particular part of the city better at handling many transport users, while also being an attractive place to visit. Based on the site’s locat... En savoir plus

Projet • By Schmidt Hammer Lassen architectsLogement

New urban development in Oslo

The unique 87,000 m2 masterplan in the area of Skøyen in central Oslo will become a unifying urban development icon drawing a new skyline and a versatile reflection of city life by combining the diversity of the existing settlement as well as creating a connection to Oslo fjord. The plan will include a hotel and conference centre, housing, cafes and retail areas, offices and a day-care centre evoking a strong sense of community and urban life. The site at Skøyen is situated close to the city centre of Oslo linking neighbourhood and nature. The new district will unify the main street of Hoff, Sofienlund down to Karenslyst and Bestumkilen, with an open, comfortable and inviting appearance. It will show a strongly defined framework for urb... En savoir plus

Projet • By Schjelderup Trondahl architectsMaisons privées

House Linnebo

The single family house is built on the very edge of the Oslo city limits with miles of dense forest behind it. It also means that the site is situated at the highest point over the city with a formidable view over the urban landscape, the fjords and hills in the distant horizon. The house is just completed with high density developments in front and around the building. Thorough analysis was done to assure that the house preserved the great views, even in a fully developed situation. That meant placing all living areas as high as the regulations permitted and also finding all close views and narrow, distant views and lights, defining specific qualities in each room. The kitchen and dining room are placed a bit down from the main living... En savoir plus