enebolig/single family house

hindsgaul

oslo 1996-2001

 

The driving force behind the design has been to create an intimate and rich relation to the site, and by this to establish a wide variety of spatial experiences. The main materials are brick, travertine and oak floors, while cabinets and interior walls and ceilings are of birch plywood.

 

In 2002 the project was awarded Grosserer Harald Sundts Prize.

In 2006 the project was awarded honorable mention for the Oslo City Prize for Architecture.

 

 

Published:

- Mur - 02/00, Oslo, Norway

- Design - 05/00, Oslo, Norway

- Byggekunst - 06/01, Oslo, Norway

- Kuca Stil - June/01, Belgrade, Serbia

- ELLE Interiør - 03/02

- Atlas of contemporary Architecture (2003), Phaidon, London

- A10 New European Architecture - sept-oct/07, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

- Norsk Murarkitektur (2009) - Hakonsen, Dahle, Dahl, Krokstrand - Gyldendal, Oslo, Norway

- Bonytt 04/11

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