Today, many loudly proclaim the need to conserve resources. Norway puts this into practice, consistently implementing the principle of environmental protection – not only through the use of innovative technologies, but also by making buildings and developed areas as friendly as possible to both humans and the natural world. Although Norwegian architects face a variety of challenges, they often share a similar approach: whether for a footbridge, a viewing platform, a large office complex, or an urban development, their focus is on our relationship to nature. This comprehensive guide showcases 150 architectural objects realised in Norway in the twenty-year period from 2000 to 2020. The book covers the country’s largest and most visited cities – Oslo, Stavanger, and Bergen – as well as the Norwegian Scenic Routes, one of the nation’s most significant infrastructure projects which promotes its breathtaking landscapes and its magnificent architecture. The selection of projects presents a wide range of artistic techniques, typologies, and scales; these are not only united by their location, but also by their diversity.
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