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C3 400. Norwegian Scenic Routes

Additions: Integrating Old and New | Urban Housing

Uitgever:C3

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Koreaans
  • 240 pagina's
  • 1 mrt. 2019

The main feature of this issue of C3 magazine follows Norway’s major modern tourist attraction, the National Scenic Routes: eighteen roads which navigate through beautiful and diverse landscapes. The project is internationally celebrated for its application of modern, often spectacular architecture. Along all of these routes, rest areas, viewpoints, pathways, and other elements were specially designed, largely by Norwegian architects.

A second feature looks at architectural additions that integrate old and new. Finally, the section “Urban Housing” features new, innovative urban housing solutions.

CONTENT

Norwegian Scenic Routes

Norwegian Scenic Routes, by Per Ritzler
Eldhusøya - Ghilardi+Hellsten Arkitekter AS
Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall - Jarmund / Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter MNAL
Utsikten - CODE: Architecture AS
Allmannajuvet Zinc Mine Museum - Atelier Peter Zumthor

Additions: Integrating Old and New

Architectural Additions: Integrating Old and New, by Isabel Potworowski
Bristol Old Vic, Haworth Tompkins
Utopia, Library and Academy for Performing Arts, KAAN Architecten
Musis Sacrum, van Dongen-Koschuch
Coal Drops Yard, Heatherwick Studio
Red Cross Volunteer House, COBE
New Pecci Center for Contemporary Art in Prato, NIO Architecten

New Heights in Urban Housing

New Heights in Urban Housing, by Heidi Saarinen
Norra Tornen, Reinier de Graaf / OMA
79 & PARK, BIG
Gasholders London, WilkinsonEyre Architects
Residential Complex ‘Novetredici’ in Milan, Cino Zucchi Architetti
Loftwonen Block 61, Architecten|en|en

The main feature of this issue of C3 magazine follows Norway’s major modern tourist attraction, the National Scenic Routes: eighteen roads which navigate through beautiful and diverse landscapes. The project is internationally celebrated for its application of modern, often spectacular architecture. Along all of these routes, rest areas, viewpoints, pathways, and other elements were specially designed, largely by Norwegian architects.

A second feature looks at architectural additions that integrate old and new. Finally, the section “Urban Housing” features new, innovative urban housing solutions.

CONTENT

Norwegian Scenic Routes

Norwegian Scenic Routes, by Per Ritzler
Eldhusøya - Ghilardi+Hellsten Arkitekter AS
Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall - Jarmund / Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter MNAL
Utsikten - CODE: Architecture AS
Allmannajuvet Zinc Mine Museum - Atelier Peter Zumthor

Additions: Integrating Old and New

Architectural Additions: Integrating Old and New, by Isabel Potworowski
Bristol Old Vic, Haworth Tompkins
Utopia, Library and Academy for Performing Arts, KAAN Architecten
Musis Sacrum, van Dongen-Koschuch
Coal Drops Yard, Heatherwick Studio
Red Cross Volunteer House, COBE
New Pecci Center for Contemporary Art in Prato, NIO Architecten

New Heights in Urban Housing

New Heights in Urban Housing, by Heidi Saarinen
Norra Tornen, Reinier de Graaf / OMA
79 & PARK, BIG
Gasholders London, WilkinsonEyre Architects
Residential Complex ‘Novetredici’ in Milan, Cino Zucchi Architetti
Loftwonen Block 61, Architecten|en|en

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