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Commercial Architecture in Norway – Developments in northern Europe
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Major Norwegian Office Development
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13 Dec 2012
DNB Bank Headquarters, Oslo
Design: MVRDV Architects, the Netherlands
photo : Jiri Havran
DNB Bank Headquarters Oslo
The MVRDV designed main building has 17 unique floors and a surface of 36,500m2. The pixelated volume based on small-scale working units adapts to the various influences of the urban context, combining an efficient and flexible internal organisation with a variety of specific communal spaces such as the main entrance lobby, a transparent trading floor, a sheltered public passage, respect for urban view lines and collective terraces overlooking the fjord to the south.
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Norway Office Architecture
This page contains a selection of major Norway office building designs, with links to individual project pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key Norway Buildings, but additions are always welcome.
22 Sep 2011
Eco Cube, Oslo, southern Norway
picture : a-lab
The office volume is responsive to the varying character of the surroundings, creating social zones where there are good sunlight conditions or spectacular views over the city centre. The social zones are programmed with a meeting center, cafeteria, terrace for relaxation and recreation, and sports.
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Akerselva Atrium, Oslo
Design: NBBJ Architects
photo © Tim Griffith
The NBBJ-designed Akerselva Atrium is a new 17,600 sqm mixed-use project in the Akerselva neighborhood in downtown Oslo. Surrounded by historical industrial, office and apartment buildings, it is among the first contemporary and innovative designs introduced to the area in recent years.
Crystal Clear, Oslo
Design: C. F. Møller Architects / Kristin Jarmund Ark.
image : C. F. Møller Architects / MIR
Crystal Clear Oslo
The development totals approx. 90,000 m2 of offices, commercial space and possibly housing, located at one of Oslo’s most valuable sites, the former postal sorting office adjacent to the central station. ‘Crystal Clear’ ties in with the city’s skyline, and the string of developing landmark projects that will help turn Oslo into one of Europe’s most modern capitals.
Luftfartstilsynet Bodø, west Norway
Design: Space Group Architects
image © SpaceGroup / Jeroen Musch
Triggered by the sight lines of the city, the building is surgically cut, like a diamond, capturing the dynamic light of the north in surprising ways. The resulting form is reminiscent of the evasive form of the Stealth military plane, and the sharpness of folded paper planes.
Main Office Viken Skog, Hønefoss
Design: Stein Halvorsen AS Sivilarkitekter MNAL
photo from Stein Halvorsen
Main Office Viken Skog
PWC building, Barcode development, Oslo
photo from a-lab
Oslo development, Bjørvika
The core areas consist of a permanent technical zone that contains communication, technical installations and wet services, in addition to zones that can be designed differently depending on the need of the different departments. In the lower, floors towards Nylands Allè, there will be shops and restaurants.
Statoil Offices, Oslo, southern Norway
picture : Placebo Effects
Statoil Offices Oslo
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