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VÅGEN high school and SANDNES Culture Academy / LINK Arkitektur AS

© Hundven-Clements Photography © Hundven-Clements Photography © Hundven-Clements Photography © Hundven-Clements Photography + 11

High School  · 
Sandnes, Norway
  • architects Authors of this architecture project LINK Arkitektur AS
  • Area Area of this architecture project
    22500.0 sqm
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2005

Ruten Competition Winning Proposal: 'Lysning' / Space Group + Superunion Architects

Courtesy of Space Group +  Superunion Architects
Courtesy of Space Group + Superunion Architects

Designed by Space Group + Superunion Architects, their winning proposal for Ruten competition reflects the city of Sandnes’ development and establishes Ruten as a natural center and Sandnes as a future city with strong roots and a proud local history. The proposal, titled ‘Lysning’, consists of a ring that connects and creates the new transport hub and public space below for an attractive unifying roof. As the Central Park in New York was built before the Manhattan grid was condensed around it, Ruten has remained as a buffer in the urban development in anticipation of something bigger. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Lantern Pavilion / AWP / Atelier Oslo

© Jonas Adolfsen © Jonas Adolfsen © Jonas Adolfsen © Jonas Adolfsen + 22

Lighting  · 
Sandnes, Norway
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project AWP/ Atelier Oslo
  • Area Area of this architecture project
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2010

Office and shop complex proposal by JAJA

This was sent to us by Klaus Olsen via our Facebook Group. The Danish architects JAJA have just revealed their new proposal for an office and shop complex in SandnesNorway. They have worked with Rambøll Aros on this 13,000m2 project.

The building is named after an ancient Viking Ship, which was called worm Lange. The ship was Norwegian, and it feels appealing to draw historical references to a piece of contemporary architecture.

For more details, click here.

More images after the break.