Villa Stenersen, from a designer point of view

Villa Stenersen, designed and built by Arne Korsmo for the financier and art lover Rolf M. Stenersen, is considered as one of the main works of Norwegian modernist architecture. This project underlines the pioneer and internationally oriented architect that Arne Korsmo was, and it highlights…

A Hypothetical Interview

Seeking to stimulate a sincere reaction, we asked Dagur Eggertsson,* from Rintala Eggertsson Architects, to express his opinion on 4 different architectural topics in 4 different sites in Oslo. These were:   Ekebergparken  •  Transition Sørengabro  •  Motion Mariakirken  •  Re-contextualization Opera House  •  Wonder  …

Excursion – Ode to Osaka Pavilion

The Ode to Osaka Pavilion was exhibited at the National Museum in Oslo earlier this autumn. The museum wanted to realize the original piece, which was an un-built competition proposal by the Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn for the Osaka World Fair in 1970. Due to…

The National Tourist Route Project

by Anna Willemark and Chloe Adelheim The National Tourist Route is a project directed by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration and consists of more than 100 architectural installations and projects. The installations are made by different Norwegian and international offices, all situated along 18 selected, picturesque roads…

Meeting Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter

 by Yaohan Yu & Sidonie Lasseron     « The intention is the guiding line. » Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter is an Oslo-based studio established in 2006 by Dan Zohar and Marit Haugen. Both studied at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Bezalel Academy of Arts &…