div.A arkitekter: Oslo Architects, Norway

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div.A arkitekter : Architecture Information

Contemporary Oslo Architects Practice: Norwegian Design Studio Information

post updated 5 Apr 2021

div.A arkitekter – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by this Oslo architecture practice, alphabetical:

Aust Agder Museum, Arendal, south Norway
Date built: 2007-10
Design with David Chipperfield Architects
Approx. cost: £25m
Approx. area: 13,000 sqm
Architecture competition win

Kastellet School, Oslo, Norway
Date built: 2006

New opera in Oslo Competition, Oslo, Norway
alliance with Richard Rogers Partnership of London, England.

Deichmanske national library competition, Norway
alliance with David Chipperfield architects – 3rd prize

Aust Agder competition, Norway
alliance with David Chipperfield architects – for the historical centre in Aust Agder.

Bruns gate 2 competition, Norway
div.A teamed up with Swiss architecture office “Kämpfen für Architektur”.
Together the design studios won the “Nordahl Bruns gate 2″ competition, aiming to develop a concept for sustainable renovation of old apartment blocks.

More architecture projects by div.A arkitekter online soon

Location: Oslo, Norway, northern Europe

div.A arkitekter Practice Information

Architect studio based in Oslo, Norwegian capital

Norwegian Architects

div.A arkitekter was established in 1987 in Oslo, Norway.

The practice covers a broad range of projects from single houses to town-planning. Most of the practice’s work is secured through competitions. Since 1987 div.A architects has participated in more than a 165 competitions, resulting in ca. 37 first prizes.

The practices best known recent work is a series of school projects: Marienlyst school in Drammen, Skøyen school and Kastellet school in Oslo, and Ringstabekk school and Hundsund community centre in Bærum

The practice’s design approach is within the Scandinavian tradition; a tradition that focuses on function, a sensitive approach to context, the use of natural materials, all with a human dimension.
source: http://www.diva.no/?page_id=45

RIBA Awards – RIBA International Awards 2006 – Kastellet School

Norwegian Architecture

Norwegian Architecture Designs – chronological list

Norwegian Architect Offices

Norwegian Architecture

Skigard Hytte, Kvitfjell, Lillehammer
Design: Mork-Ulnes Architects
Skigard Hytte Kvitfjell Lillehammer
photography : Bruce Damonte
Skigard Hytte, Kvitfjell, Lillehammer
Casper and Lexie Mork-Ulnes complete a mountain cabin for themselves and their children in Kvitfjell, a ski resort in Norway that was developed for the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. This new Norwegian building is perched upon the ledge of a steep mountain, and frames panoramic views of the valley and river 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.

Architecture Studios

Norwegian Ski Jump

Buildings / photos for the div.A arkitekterDesign Studio Norway page welcome

Website: www.diva.no