Top 10 Norwegian Contemporary Architects

A wealth of stunning Norwegian architecture comes from a land of sky-scraping mountains and clear fjords.

1.

Snøhetta is a place that nobody is from, but anyone can go to.

 

Snøhetta (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈsnøːˌhɛtɑ]) began as a collaborative architectural and landscape workshop, and has remained true to its trans-disciplinary way of thinking since its inception.

2.

Jensen & Skodvin

In 1995, Jan Olav Jensen and Børre Skodvin formed Jensen & Skodvin Architects. The first project in the office in 1995 was the trial project of a hosted competition in the Norwegian Mountain along the National Tourist Road at Sognefjellet and Strynefjell.

3.

Saunders

Bringing together dynamic building and material experimentation with traditional methods of craft, Bergen-based Saunders Architecture has worked on cultural and residential projects right across Norway, as well as England, Denmark, Italy, Sweden and Canada.

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In 2007, Rintala began a new office of architects, named Rintala Eggertsson Architects, by Icelandic artist Dagur Eggertsson. In 2008, the Norwegian architect Vibeke Jenssen joined them and left them in 2012 in Rintala Eggertsson Architecture. Both Oslo and Bodø in southern Norway are located in the office. Rintala Eggertsson The work was shown in museums around the world.

5.

Reiulf Ramstad Architects (RRA) is an independent Oslo-based architectural firm with a high level of expert knowledge and a distinct ideology. The firm has a strong conceptual approach combined with experience from past accomplished projects.

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Dedicated individuals from a range of different countries. Based in Oslo, with offices in Copenhagen, London and Reykjavik, we are actively involved in projects in various countries across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.Together, we are a community with a culture for beautiful and outstanding architecture, a culture that is Powered by Commitment.

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Biotope is the worlds first and only architectural office with special expertise on birds and birdwatching. We engage in pro nature projects. We design bird hides, shelters, nature trails, outdoor amphitheaters and much more. We make destination development studies, exhibitions and arrange workshops. We develop new concepts for experiencing nature and wildlife.

8.

Helen & Hard was founded in 1996 in Stavanger on the west coast of Norway by Norwegian architect Siv Helene Stangeland and Austrian architect Reinhard Kropf. Today, the company has a youthful staff of 26 people drawn from 10 countries, with offices both in Stavanger and Oslo.

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Rever and Drage is an architectural firm of three civil architects with offices in Oslo and Flekkefjord. All over Norway, they take on assignments. They currently have active projects in Sør-Trøndelag, Møre og Romsdal, Hordaland, Vest-Agder and Rogaland, as well as in Oslo, where they do most of their work.

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Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter MNAL was established in 1996 by Einar Jarmund and Håkon Vigsnæs. The firm is located in Oslo, Norway, and recent number of employees is 22. We are working in a wide architectural range with commissions mainly in Norway but also in other European countries. The majority of our finished works are public buildings and housing projects. 

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