VA join Diller Scofidio in Munch Comp.
One of 20 teams participating in the international competition.
Various Architects have been asked by Diller Scofidio + Renfro (NYC) to collaborate on the planning and design competition for a new Munch + Stenersen Museum in Oslo, Norway. Hav Eiendom has invited 10 architects and prequalified another 10 (out of 199 applicants) for this prestigious new competition. Diller Scofidio + Renfro were among the 10 prequalified offices. Various Architects will be the local contact architects for DS+R and will collaborate with them throughout the design process.
The new museum will combine two well known cultural institutions in Oslo on an exciting fjordside site, just behind the new Oslo Opera. In addition to the 16,000m2 museum, the competetors will plan and design 20,000m2 of commercial and residential area on the site.
The complete list of teams for the competition is as follows.
Munch-museum and Stenersen museum – invited architects:
Tadao Ando – JAPAN
Zaha Hadid Architects – ENGLAND
Abalos Herreros Arquitectos – SPAIN
Foreign Office – SPAIN/ ENGLAND
Tony Fretton Architects – ENGLAND
Gigon/ Guyer Architekten – SWITZERLAND
REX Architects – USA
Henning Larsen Tegnestue – DENMARK
Kristin Jarmund Arkitekter – NORWAY
CODE Arkitektur – NORWAY
Munch-museum and Stenersen museum – prequalified architects:
NONAME 29 – SPAIN
Heneghan Peng Architects – IRELAND
Nieto Sobejano – SPAIN
Diller Scofido Renfro – USA
Kengo Kuma Associates – JAPAN/ FRANCE
ALA – FINLAND
Christ Gantenbein Architects og Lie Øyen Arkitekter – SWITZERLAND/ NORWAY
Sauerbruch Hutton – GERMANY
Ghilardi Hellsten Arkitekter – NORWAY
Manuelle Gautrand Architecture – FRANCE