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Danish Firms Unveil New University of Bergen Energy and Technology Building

06:00 - 26 October, 2016
Danish Firms Unveil New University of Bergen Energy and Technology Building, Courtesy of Arkitema Architects & Arkitektgruppen Cubus
Courtesy of Arkitema Architects & Arkitektgruppen Cubus

Danish firm Arkitema Architects, in collaboration with Arkitektgruppen Cubus, has won the competition to design a new Life Science building—called EnTek—at the University of Bergen (UiB) in Norway. As an Energy and Technology building, the project is designed to ensure collaboration between UiB’s faculty and the energy and technology industry. 

The 17,500-square-meter building will become a southern gateway to the university, connecting the school to the city via a new street that will also become a central meeting point for both researchers and citizens.

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Arkitema Wins Competition for a Visitor Centre at Hammershus

00:00 - 28 November, 2013
Arkitema Wins Competition for a Visitor Centre at Hammershus, Courtesy of Arkitema Architects
Courtesy of Arkitema Architects

Danish practice Arkitema have won a prestigious competition to design a new visitor centre for Hammershus, a 13th century castle on the Danish coastline. The winning proposal demonstrates a "respect for the ancient monument and for the location", with "a discreet visitor centre of high architectural quality". The building is expected to serve around 500,000 visitors annually and will cost 45million DKK (approximately $8.2million). Find out more about the project after the break...

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