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Lund & Slaatto – Latest Building Design

3 Feb 2018 + 19 Oct 2016
The Archive House, Stavanger, south western Norway

The Archive House in Stavanger design by Lund & Slaatto Arkitekter
photo © Sindre Ellingsen
The Archive House, Stavanger
Located in the Innovation Park (Ipark) at Ullandhaug, Stavanger, the Archive House has been imaginatively designed by Lund+Slaatto Architects to provide a 14,000 sqm cultural research centre which includes a café, library, meeting room and exhibition area. Kebony, a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects, was selected for the exterior cladding of the Archive House to create an eye-catching geometric ‘folded’ façade.

Marché Lier, Norway
Date built: 2011
Marché Lier by Lund & Slaatto Architects
picture by architect
Marché Lier
The design is based on the principle of a pavilion opening the dining area towards the view of the nearby trees. The shape is generated from a folded plane which forms the roof and the two side walls.

Lund & Slaatto – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Lund & Slaatto Arkitekter, alphabetical:

Arena Ulstein, Aalesund, Norway
Date built: 2011
Lund+Slaatto Architects / Nils Tveit Architects
Arena Ulstein Ulsteinvik Building design by Lund & Slaatto Arkitekter
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Arena Ulstein
Winning proposal by Lund+Slaatto Architects for the Arena Ulstein competition in Ulsteinvik, Norway. The main idea of the project is to create a place of sports and activities, where the qualities of the magnificent surrounding landscape will merge with the bourgeoning urban live of the town of Ulsteinvik.

Education House, Kjeller, Norway
Date built: 2011
Education House Kjeller
photograph from architects practice
Education House Kjeller
The distinctive form, with its simple forms and clean lines will give to the centre a new icon that represents a new and more modern image. The building is both a central office building for the Centre of Expertise and the entrance to the Norwegian Defense Research Establishment.

Asker Town Hall, Norway
Date built: 1964

The Ål cabin, Norway
Date built: 1966

Hamar, Norway
Date built: –

More architecture design projects by Lund & Slaatto Arkitekter online soon

Location: Oslo, Norway, northern Europe

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Norwegian design studio led by Nils Slaatto, architect

Norwegian Architects

Norwegian Architecture
Kristiansund Performing Arts Centre
picture : Tuomas Uusheimo

Nils Slaatto was born in Lillehammer, Oppland, Norway. His father Oddmund Eindride Slaatto, was a functionalist architect in Oslo in the years between the two world wars. His mother, Anine Wollebæk, came from Lillehammer and was also an architect, graduating from the University of Technology, but never practised.
He graduated in 1947 from the Faculty of Architecture at the Norwegian Institute of Technology.
source: wikipedia

Norwegian Architecture

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Oslo Airport City
Design: Haptic Architects and Nordic – Office of Architecture
Oslo Airport City in Norway
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Oslo Airport City
The 4 million sq. metres city, is set to be powered entirely by renewable energy, served by electric vehicles and will take 30 years to build. The scheme is being developed by Norwegian development vehicle Oslo Airport City.

Gjøvik House, Mjøsa Lake
Design: Norm Architects
Gjovik House near Oslo
photo : Norm Architects
Gjøvik House near Oslo
Located an hour north of Oslo, on a majestic hillside facing the Norwegian woods and Mjøsa Lake, lies the Gjøvik house. Imaginatively created by Norm Architects, the house comprises of six overlapping cubes clad with Kebony, a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects. The Gjøvik house makes for an intimate and dynamic family home with materials, levels and inbuilt tailor-made furniture to create a cosy and minimalistic home.
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