Articles on Oslo

An inverted pitch creates two double-height spaces housing a painter's studio and storage for collectables.
 

Meier Road Barn Studio by SFOSL

SEBASTOPOL – An ambitious couple living on a vineyard in Sebastopol, California, have completed yet another piece of their ongoing master plan, a project that took place only 100 m …

The structure is made of Kebony, an alternative to tropical hardwood.
 

Kebony Boat House by TreStykker Students

OSLO – Students from three Norwegian architecture schools have joined forces to design an eco-chic boathouse in Oslo’s central harbourfront.

Out Now: Mark #69
Out Now: Mark #69
A semi-transparent glass roof connects three buildings, otherwise separated by artificial canals and a faux island.
 

Astrup Fearnley Museet by Renzo Piano Building Workshop

OSLO – On Oslo's southwest coast, a contemporary art museum has converted a formerly closed harbor into a new public arena.

The architects unified all the jump’s programs into one unit, including the judges’ booth, VIP section, coaches’ area, wind screens and lounge.
 

Holmenkollen Ski Jump by JDS Architects

HOLMENKOLLEN – While plunging head first – on skis – down a 58m-high ramp might not seem appealing, in Norway it’s a regular occurrence.