Various Architects are happy to be selected as one of five Norwegian architecture offices and published in a book ” HIGH ON…SCANDINAVIAN ARCHITECTS ” curated by Tanja Schmelzer. The book presents our three projects – Lillestrøm bicycle hotel, transformation of Lokomotivstallen in Oslo and the mobile Performance Venue!
Various architects have currently eight projects under construction!
In the borough of Nordstrand with a nice view of Oslofjord are situated our projects Ekeberg Terrace, Solveien 52A/B, Midttuveien and Linbäck housing projects. The next Huk Aveny Housing project in a building process has its address on Bygdøy. And in Holmen neighbourhood of Oslo you can find our next housing project Øvre Smestad Tun.
Moreover, our transformation projects are also ongoing the construction process! Such as the loft conversion at Kirkeveien, Oslo. In Majorstuen is situated our exciting transformation of the building at Munthes gate.
Swiss Pearl magazine published Villa Faun project and are using our project as one of the main references for their products. We are very happy with choosing Swiss Pearl as facade material. Our project has inspired the neighbour house to use the same material.
Our concept is focused on creating harmony between old and modern designs. We also focus on creating quality solutions with affordable prices. We are learning a lot from these development projects. They give better understanding and dialogue with investors who share our philosophy.
These development projects have had great success. They give us a great deal of satisfaction as they have positive contribution to the society.
Various Architects were invited by LHM company in Lithuania to present the project of winter cabin in norwegian mountains. After the presentation LHM gave us exciting tour around their factory for wooden cabins.
On the way to Lithuania we stopped in Riga, capital of Latvia, and discovered local architecture of this exciting city!
Building application approved for E 138 housing project. There has been minor design modifications including transforming roof type for the front building to flat roof, which creates a roof terrace, and increase the out door areas for the project. This change also creates optimal view towards Oslo fjord for building behind.
The construction of Taipei Performing Arts Center continues. These images, taken by Kevin Mak (OMA), during site visit by Managing Partner-Architect of OMA, David Gianotten. The images show great development on the construction site. Various Architects partner, Ibrahim Elhayawan was the project leader for OMA team through Preliminary Services phase, schematic design phase, working closely with OMA partners in charge, Rem Koolhas and David Gianotten.
We look forward to the completion of the whole project next year.