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Ketil Kiran

Archus Arkitekter Norway Ketil Kiran
building image from RIAS for Convention

Ketil Kiran

ARCHUS Architects, Norway

Ketil started with a long section on Norway’s reduction in tourist numbers, enough to lift us Scots from our own gloomy situation. He maintained that Norway’s identity related to nature and suggested architecture could save the ‘brand’.

Ketil Kiran talked about new fast roads that ‘disconnect the traveller from the stories of communities on the way’.

He suggested that nothing happened on the roads without the agreement of the architectural committee, and that they didn’t upgrade, but instead retained character: ‘we want something new we want something fresh….accentuation of what is already present’; experience can lead to ‘soporific mediocrity’.

Adrian Welch at RIAS Convention 05.05.03, Scotland

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Location: Pilestredet 75c, N-0354 Oslo, Norway, northern Europe

Architects in Oslo, Noway – Practice Information

Archus arkitekter AS – architect office based in Oslo, Norway

Norwegian Architects

Norwegian Architecture
Trollstigen National Tourist Route Project
photo from RRA

Architecture Studios

Norwegian Architecture Designs
Oslo House
photograph : Nils Petter Dale

Oslo Architecture Walking Tours – bespoke Norwegian city walks by e-architect
Norwegian Operahouse
photo : Statsbygg

Norwegian Buildings – selection below:

Pilestredet 77/79, Fagerborg, Oslo
Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
Pilestredet 77/79 Oslo by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
photography : Ivar Kvaal
Pilestredet 77/79
The project has been developed on a very site-specific approach. It has elaborated solutions, that primarily refer to the historical context of the neighborhood of Fagerborg. The project unites tradition and innovation in a carefully reflected way and provide good homes that will help to form a qualitative neighborhood.

The Plus Furniture Factory, Magnor
Architects: BIG
The Plus Furniture Factory Magnor Norway
image © Lucian R
The Plus Furniture Factory, Magnor
Together with Vestre, the Norwegian manufacturer of urban furniture, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group unveils The Plus as the world’s most sustainable furniture factory tucked in the heart of the Norwegian forest.

Buildings / photos for the ARCHUS Architects – Ketil Kiran Architect Norway page welcome