Oslo House, Einar Bjarki Malmquist

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Oslo House : Architecture

Contemporary Norwegian Home design by Einar Bjarki Malmquist

7 May 2010

House in Oslo

Design: Einar Bjarki Malmquist, Architect MNAL MArch

This new Norwegian house is located in Nils Collett Vogts vei

Oslo House, Einar Bjarki Malmquist

Photos: Ivan Brodey

Oslo home Oslo residence

Location: uphill, north-west from the center of Oslo, just beneath Holmennkollen skijump

“We weren¹t looking for a design house, just a solid, practical house. I love being outside, I would actually prefer to be outside all the time so it was very important to draw nature inside. I feel free here.”
Owner in interview with Torbjorn Goa

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The “new house” is on the inside of a house from the late 70s­ a transformation hidden from the street. The visitor can experience a layered secret world of architecture entering the inside.  The house is develeped in close cooperation with the client, as a daylight-machine, a frame and
inspiration for the daily family life.
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Einar Bjarki Malmquist, Architect MNAL MArch

Oslo House images / information from EB Malmquist

Oslo Buildings

Location: Nils Collett Vogts vei, Oslo, Norway, northern Europe

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Norwegian Building Designs – architectural 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.

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