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Arctic Research Centre Architecture

Architectural Project in Norway design by Margot Krasojevic, London, England

8 Sep 2009

Arctic Research Centre Building

Design: Margot Krasojevic

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Mobile Research Centre Design in Norway

The Arctic research center is a mobile structure on hydraulic legs, which allows for the 3 main sections to dismantle and reorganize themselves accordingly. The work and living quarters are on skis pulled along by snow tractors and snowmobiles. The sides and part of the roof are covered in a carbon fibre and Silicium lattice frame, which traps light energy using photovoltaic glass panels.

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Electric current is forced through the electrical resistance wire embedded within the carbon fibre façade lattice frame, creating heat energy then cooling it for an icy surface to from within the frame allowing snow to build up that acts as insulation to the center similar to an igloo.

Arctic Research Centre Information from Margot Krasojevic 080909

Location: Norway, northern Europe

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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.

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