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Old March 21st, 2017, 03:09 AM   #21
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Juulgården, Oslo, Norway. Completed in 1916 with Einar Engelstad as the architect.




IMG_2765 Juul Gaarden by dutchbaby, on Flickr


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Solbergfoss power station in Askim, Norway. It was completed in 1924 to a design by Bredo Greve.


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Grand Hotel in Helsingborg, Sweden. Completed in 1926 with Ernst Stenhammar as the architect.


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Old March 22nd, 2017, 02:21 PM   #24
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The Hydropower Laboratory building in Trondheim, Norway. It was completed in 1917 with Bredo Greve as the architect. The turbines to the Solbergfoss power plant above was built here.


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Juulgården, Oslo, Norway. Completed in 1916 with Einar Engelstad as the architect.
This is very interesting, it's one of those buildings that make the transition to from Art Nouveau / revival styles to Art Deco. Thank you for all the stuff you post around here btw.
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Old March 29th, 2017, 06:00 PM   #26
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The Norwegian America Line building (Norske Amerikalinjens Gård), Oslo, Norway. It was completed in 1919 with Andreas Bjercke and Georg Eliassen as the architects.


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Løvenvold Cinema, Ålesund, Norway. It was built as a cinema and a office building by the municipality of Ålesund between 1919 and 1923 to the sum of 650.000 NOK. It was drawn by Øivin Berg Grimnes who was the public city architect at the time.


http://arneogtullen.blogspot.no/2016...g-alesund.html


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Can you give us a few examples of original baroque buildings that this is supposed to resemble?
Like Tolbert I don't see baroque in there but rather art deco, Jugendstil and some neo romanesque influences. But baroque...?
I believe Austrått manor is the best example in Norway, though I think its mainly in Sweden you'll find it more widespread. Im not that familiar with their buildings.

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Hvitträsk in Kyrkslätt, Finland. It was completed in 1804 with Gesellius, Lindgren, and Saarinen as the architects.


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This is very interesting, it's one of those buildings that make the transition to from Art Nouveau / revival styles to Art Deco. Thank you for all the stuff you post around here btw.
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Thank you for all the stuff you post around here btw.
I second that. Galro you are versatile posting in a variety of threads. Thank you for taking the time and care of it. I enjoy coming to Sky to view.

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