Space Group Arkitekter, Buildings, Architectural Studio Norway, Oslo Design Office
Space Group, Architects : Oslo Architecture Studio
Contemporary Norwegian Architecture Practice
post updated 27 Apr 2021
Space Group Arkitekter – Latest Designs
Space Group Architecture News, chronological:
Space Group won the Oslo City Architecture Award, Norway
17 Oct 2013 – On Wednesday October 16th Space Group won the Oslo City Architecture Award (Oslo Bys Arkitekturpris) for the project Nedregate Culture District:
photograph : Ivan Brodey
The award was announced by the mayor of Oslo, Fabian Stang, at Oslo City Hall and honors outstanding architecture in Oslo.
The jury said:
“In dialogue with conservation authorities, the redevelopment of the former textilefactory from the 1890s has been transformed and given new life with a wide range of cultural activities. The project demonstrates innovation both in conservation as well as architectural and building solutions. In a careful and exemplary way the past and present are linked, for the future.”
Honorable mentions to the two other finalists; Astrup Fearnley Museum and Villa Sømme.
7 May 2013
Madla Revheim Masterplan, Stavenger, Norway
Design: MVRDV + Space Group
image from architects
Madla Revheim Masterplan
Alongside three other teams, MVRDV and Space Group presented their proposal for a new masterplan for Madla-Revheim outside Stavanger, Norway this week. Madla-Revheim is the main development area outside Stavanger, for which MVRDV and Space Group were to implement 4000 housing units on the 780 acres site area, in addition to public programs and sports facilities.
16 Apr 2013
Nordic Built Challenge Competition – international architecture contest
Design by Space Group
image : Tegmark
Nordic Built Challenge Competition
Space Group is one of four finalists of 26 entries in the international competition Nordic Built Challenge for Postgirobygget, an extension of an existing high-rise building in Oslo. Nordic Built Challenge aims to identify good ideas for how buildings can be transformed in a sustainable, innovative and cost-effective manner.
15 Apr 2013
Signal Mediahus, Oslo, southern Norway
Architects: Space Group
photo : Vegard Kleven
Signal Mediahus Norway
Refurbishment of the former industrial building designed by architects Ove Ekman and Einar Smith and completed 1899. This area along the Akers River was historically referred to as Ny York (New York) due to its explosive development in 1858. Today the area reflects a transformation towards a district focused on art, architecture and design.
28 Feb 2013
Clarion Hotel & Congress, Trondheim, northern Norway
Architects: Space Group
photo : Peter Hebeisen
Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim
Unlike the classical American and Asian hotel atrium where everything is exposed in a centralized and vertical, magnificent but one-dimensional experience under a glass cover – the lobby is here given a 3-dimensional and dynamic spatial experience with a programmed roof, and a sequence of shifts between glimpse and panorama, intimacy and spectacular exposure. The hotel bears references to the local city fabric of Trondheim in the combination between the large structural lines and the small intimate ‘ally’.
1 Jun 2012
Luftfartstilsynet Bodø, Norway
Design: Space Group Architects
image © SpaceGroup / Jeroen Musch
Building a new headquarter for Luftfartstilsynet is a challenge in creating a place for an uprooted organization, transplanted from Oslo to Bodø, and in doing so, building a new office culture. The site, a compact waterfront property, is hidden from its street address by the recently completed NAV building.
Space Group – Key Project
13 Mar 2012
Rupp Arena Master Plan, Kentucky, USA
picture : Mir
Rupp Arena Master Plan
SPACE GROUP ARCHITECTS in Oslo, Norway, have in January completed the master plan for Lexington´s Arena, Arts and Entertainment District in Kentucky. The project is led by founding partner Gary Bates (US). Legendary Rupp Arena is the biggest venue made for the sole purpose of basketball in the country. Space Group was selected, over 13 other architectural firms, by a committee of the Arena, Arts and Entertainment District 47-member Task Force, including citizens from across the community and the state.
More Space Group Arkitekter AS projects online soon
Location: Hausmannsgate 16. 0182 Oslo, Norway, northern Europe
Oslo Architects Practice Information
Architect studio based in Oslo, Norway.
Space Group Arkitekter AS are not to be confused with Space Group Architects – a London based Architecture Practice.
Space Group (est. 1999) is an architecture and design office based in Oslo, Norway. The office is directed by partners Gro Bonesmo (NO), Adam Kurdahl (DK), and Gary Bates (USA). With a team of architects from around the world (Portugal, Germany, Colombia, Japan, USA, Australia, Denmark, Finland and Norway).
Space Group is an actor in the dynamic critical system of SPACE. Our approach to Architecture and Urbanism is straightforward and effective; process oriented. An open system for change and feedback, research and development – social, architectural, and programmatic.
Space Group is a “network based” office – a broad international intelligence base and compact core that attacks both small and large projects with similar ambition – strategic and inventive, flexible and specific. Space Group represents a collective intelligence where the whole is greater than the sum of parts.
The partners in Space Group are involved in every aspect of each project. The office believes in an intense collaboration, working closely with clients to find unique solutions and strategies.
Norwegian Architecture Designs – chronological list
Norwegian Building Designs – architectural selection below:
Floating Sauna, Tromsø Harbour, Troms county, Northern Norway
Design: Skapa Architects
photo : David Jensen
Floating Sauna Tromsø Harbour
Floating Sauna in Tromsø Harbour is a place where locals and visitors have space to breathe, disconnect from the world whilst connecting with each other
Domen Viewpoint, Northeast Norway
photograph : Tormod Amundsen / Biotope
Domen Viewpoint in Northeast Norway
Located overlooking the Barents Sea, this bold viewpoint has opened to tourists visiting the interesting destination. The sustainably designed building provides much-needed shelter from the harsh arctic climate.
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