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Competition Entry for Bispevika Development in Norway / PUSHAK

Aerial - Rendering by MIR
Aerial - Rendering by MIR

The Bispevika mixed-use development proposal by PUSHAK maximizes the views of the harbor and integrates passive design methods to minimize energy use. The proposal is part of an invited competition that will conclude in January 2012. Architects: PUSHAK Client: HAV Eiendom Location: Bispevika, Oslo, Norway Project Size: 35000 sqm Project Status: Invited Competition Entry Continue reading for more project details.

Site Plan - Courtesy of Pushak Section - Courtesy of Pushak Nature meets City - Courtesy of Pushak Courtesy of Pushak

Saivu / Eriksen Skajaa Architects, Pushak Architects, Bjørbekk & Lindheim Landscape Architects

Saivu Valnesfjord
Saivu Valnesfjord

Eriksen Skajaa Architects, Pushak Architects, and Bjørbekk & Lindheim Landscape Architects shared with us their 1st prize winning design in a competition for new gateways to the Sjunkhatten National Park in Nordland, Norway. The park has a focus on children and the jury found the proposal’s focus on the mythical fit to enrichen children’s experience of nature. It is a dramatic and beautiful landscape close to Bodø in northern norway between fjords and snow covered mountain peaks. More images and architects’ description after the break.