Reinoksevann / Pushak

Architects: Pushak
Location: Nordkynnhalvøya, Finnmark,
Project Year: 2007
Program: Roadstop, benches, open fireplaces, toilet
Client: Norwegian Road Authority Finnmark

The site is in a flat landscape with a lot of wind comming from all directions. The roadstop has nieches to sit in in three different directions so that one can choose where to sit according to the wind conditions and the pasing of the sun/midnight sun.

Cite: "Reinoksevann / Pushak" 29 Jan 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 May 2015. <>
  • António

    Very fine shelter-cum-sculpture. Wish I have one for me

  • Contemporary Art

    Very elegant. It has the feeling of a building that’s used to being alone.

  • john

    this series of shelters is amazing,,,make a roadtrip to norway and visit all of them in only 2000 kms

  • musser


  • Erling

    Super simple, and yet expressive. Very norwegan.

  • Rocket Valentino

    Sissil, du er på archdaily! Så kult! Grattis fra en tidligere elev…

  • Rokas

    Very ascetic and aesthetic.I like! :)

  • Livearchitecture

    Im a second year architecture student and we were recently given a similar brief of designing a small timber seating structure. I think that this piece combines all the elements that I researched beautifully. Its both simple and poetic.

  • Franco

    Liked. Simple but useful.


    Such excellent
    Such clean
    Such natural

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  • Vasin

    interesting spaces.
    Something we don’t have here in bangkok.

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  • Alex

    this is a waste of money, time, and space. It is also Beautifuly done. I like the construction

  • Lorenz

    Isen’t there a publication of those road stops in Norway?