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Old March 18th, 2011, 08:30 AM   #21
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no, i put Stjørdal under Trondheim (read the intro text of the thread (Projects in
Trondheim, Malvik and Stjørdal are to be posted in Trondheim development thread), so you can see this project and more Stjørdal projects in that thread!
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Old March 18th, 2011, 03:13 PM   #22
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Yeah, but you never post any news about it...
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Old March 20th, 2011, 07:27 PM   #23
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i will try to bring more news about it, the few there is!
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Old March 20th, 2011, 08:04 PM   #24
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Arena Ulstein

Lund+Slaatto Architects, in collaboration with Nils Tveit Architects won the 1st prize for the Arena Ulstein competition in Ulsteinvik, Møre og
Romsdal. The main idea of the project is to create a place of sports and activities, where the qualities of the magnificent surrounding landscape
will merge with the bourgeoning urban live of the town of Ulsteinvik.

Ulsteinvik is a small town on the west coast of Norway. The town is growing and a new urban life is blossoming. A recent visionary plan for the
development of the town connected a series of alleyways and courtyards into a pedestrian network which has given the town a new urban axis.
Our project consists of a sports hall and a swimming pool with a local library and youth club. By dividing the program into two major volumes,
which engage a folded ground plane on various levels, we are able to negotiate the difficult site to create a series of new urban spaces in-
between the building volumes. This new urban space will create several important links between the original pedestrian network and the
surrounding landscape and become a new meeting place for the people of Ulsteinvik.

Our aim is to develop an architecture which will enable these large volumes to fit in with the identity of Ulsteinvik, without mimicking the existing
small-scale building fabric. We were inspired by the rich industrial history of the shipping-trade in Ulsteinvik to design the buildings as three
Corten-clad volumes, set into a tough granite base. The interior spaces will be surprisingly light, clad in local timber and white concrete.

The arena will be 14 200m2 large and is planned to start construction in 2012 with completion in 2014.

More info here: Arena Ulstein: Next Level - Beskrivelse (PDF: 2.3Mb) and Arena Ulstein: Next Level - Plansjer (PDF: 6.2Mb)

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Old March 20th, 2011, 08:05 PM   #25
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Old March 20th, 2011, 10:52 PM   #26
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First impression.. Don't like it! I think it has a very 60's cheap touch to it, similar to all the schools and swimming pools that were built back in those days. In particular those slightly slanted roofs, and the strong vertical geometry on the facade and windows.
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Old March 22nd, 2011, 04:15 PM   #27
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Update on Ålesund city hall:


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http://www.tv2nyhetene.no/innenriks/...k-3448611.html
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Old March 22nd, 2011, 07:12 PM   #28
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It didn't look nice before, but the new facade gives me some 60-70ies chills aswell..
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Old March 23rd, 2011, 09:40 PM   #29
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It will look different when completed.



As you can see on the picture.
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Old March 23rd, 2011, 10:07 PM   #30
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Number one: That's obviously not the latest version you've posted. Look at the white-framed windows in the photo.

Number two: The facade is finished on half the building! Of course my comment stands!
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Old March 24th, 2011, 12:00 AM   #31
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These are the latest renders:
http://www.alesund.kommune.no/fasade...-fasadeskisser
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Old April 1st, 2011, 10:49 AM   #32
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The giant new container terminal in Gjemnes has been financed, construction to start 2013. The name for this facility will be North Atlantic Container Port LTD.





Full article here. http://www.rbnett.no/lokal/gjemnes/article324315.ece

They anticipate 1.2 million container movement per year, 90% will be transhipped, that still leave 120,000 containers that will be leaving the port by road, the roads around this area are bascially goat tracks, too narrow for two trucks to safely pass each other, even with the new tunnel before Krifast it's still going to suck. For 120,000 container movements per year by road from this port they are going to have to build a proper highway, otherwise it's going to be a nightmare for locals.
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Old April 1st, 2011, 12:38 PM   #33
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Sounds good, first tought it was a bs-story from the newspaper (hate this day!) But it's dated 31. so...
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No it's serious and funded, I just hope that the Fylke and local komunes spend some serious cash on roading infrastructure before construction starts.
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Old April 29th, 2011, 09:09 PM   #35
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Her er utviklinga om Hafast(Hareid Fastland samband)
Sjå Videon.
http://hafast.no/film.html


Fe vi til dette blir reisen til Ålesund mykje lettare!!
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Old May 8th, 2011, 04:01 PM   #36
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your post has been approved now, sorry it took a while, i've been gone for a month!
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Old May 8th, 2011, 04:15 PM   #37
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Oppdal Centrum

A team of three architect firms from Norway, Denmark and Finland won a competition for urbanizing of Oppdal.

Architects description:
When visiting Oppdal you’ll experience pure and raw nature up close, all year round. The destination can offer activities for the extreme sports
athlete and the family man. Oppdal is within close proximity to both Dovrefjell and Trollheimen, in addition to Norway's largest alpine ski area.
This makes Oppdal a very attractive destination. In 2009, Oppdal had just below 220,000 guest nights. In addition to the existing 3000 holiday
homes, 100-150 new ones are built each year. Oppdal county has the largest sheep population in Norway, and is the largest municipality in Sør-
Trøndelag. The municipality is primarily in the manufacturing industry, followed by commerce and tourism. More than half of the county’s 6600
residents live in Oppdal Centrum. Schools, cultural activities, nightlife, retail and other services are available in the town. The double-edged
sword is that both RV70 and E6 roads are going straight through the center. This gives great access for motorists, but also supersedes all
others. Communication to the hiking and ski areas are primarily designed for motorized vehicles, not for other traffic. The center is also divided
by the railway and the river Ålma. A bubbling rural life is split by increased regional and local traffic, and it is time for Oppdal to be allowed to
grow its center, once again connect to nature, and lead the heavy traffic outside the city center.

When E6 is rerouted, new possibilities emerge to reinforce Oppdal Centrum. As the cars are pulled out of the center, the landscape is pulled
in and the downtown is condensed. Thus life, and not the car, becomes the main focus in Oppdal.

It is in this duality between a denser town and a better relation to the adjacent landscape that Oppdal´s city structure would be found.
Precisely for this reason, Oppdal+ connects landscape, urban life and activity in one move. Two primary pedestrian areas in the shape of a plus
defines the main intervention. The green river, and the old E6 road.

Nature is let to flow as a green river through the central areas of the town. It is a recreational trail that connects the features of the
landscape (the ski slopes, schools, sports facilities, leisure park) to the functions of the town (meeting place, bus/train station, town hall and
cultural center). At the same time the town is condensed around the main urban district. The district spans between Ålma and Torgsenteret
and is reserved for pedestrians. It is a condensation strategy, which creates a more compact and vibrant center, along with the creation of
a clear urban hierarchy.

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Old May 14th, 2011, 08:09 PM   #38
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ADEPT wins competition in Oppdal, Norway
http://www.archdaily.com/135130/adep...oppdal-norway/

The scenic skiing and hiking area Oppdal in Norway is being revitalized with a new dynamic city center. ADEPT, in collaboration with Various Architects and Lalaland landscape architects, has won the international competition for Oppdal Sentrum.

Their winner proposal Oppdal+ presents a dense mountain village containing new developments – residences, holiday houses, offices and retail – designed in an eco-friendly and accessible manner to increase the flow and number of skiers, hikers and activity-seekers in the center of Oppdal. More images and complete press release after the break.

Oppdal is a popular Nordic destination for winter and summer sports. With this competition for Oppdal City Center the area is to become even more attractive by enhanced accessibility and coherence between landscape and city life. ADEPT has in collaboration with Various architects and Lalaland created the visions for Oppdal+ as a practical planned, comfortable and eco- friendly area for leisure and living.

The landscape, city life and activity in Oppdal+ are connected in one main concept: the plus sign. A new main road is placed outside the city to release space on the old main road, E6, which constitutes one of the two connection lines of the plus sign. Based on a shared space concept the old main road is transformed into an urban shopping street for the benefit of pedestrians, cyclists and skiers. Shops along the street will experience increased flow of people and a likely increase in trade. A green stretch waves across the area and creates a new connection axis. This new recreational stretch attaches the functions of the city (main plaza, town hall and culture house) with the functions in the surrounding landscape (skiing center, sports center and park). As a densifying as well as embracing intervention these two primary pedestrian axes create a cross through Oppdal, integrating the life of the city and landscape.

The new city center is densified by 142.000m2 new development containing residences, offices, public-oriented businesses and parking. To ensure a multifarious demographic community various housing types are introduced – each with a private outdoor area, e.g. balconies, roof terraces or mini-gardens. The use of material represents the vernacular, traditional building code and is kept in slate and wood, just as the saddle roof is appropriated for the new buildings.

The jury views Oppdal+ as a unique concept, forging an identity for the development of architectural expression, based on local building tradition. In their assessment the jury states: ”Oppdal+ has a clear and figurative vision – clean, rough and dense – embracing Oppdal at present and in the future; inhabitants and tourists. The working title is innovative, optimistic and creates space for identity and distinctiveness. The jury agrees on this proposal being a good and inspiring answer to the vision of the competition program.”

The team behind Oppdal+ consists of ADEPT, Various Architects and Laland. ADEPT and collaborating partners were selected to participate as the only international team, competing against Snøhetta and Asplan Viak, among others. For further information about the competition please go to www.oppdal.kommune.no.
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Old May 16th, 2011, 12:33 PM   #39
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Spent før konkurranse
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Mandag utlyses arkitektkonkurransen for sørsida av Ålesund sentrum. Arkitektene venter spent.
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Old May 16th, 2011, 02:24 PM   #40
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Ålesund er en by det knyttes stor sekpsis til nybygg.
Dette kommer av den seregne arkitekturen byen har, og det faktum at jugendstilbyen ble bygget raskt opp fra aska etter brannen i 1904.
At byen ble bygget opp igjen på så kort tid, medførte også at jugendstilen er, eller i beste tilfelle var meget stilren.
De siste tiår har vært preget av klattvis bebygging av byen med bygg som har møtt stor motstand, herunder spesielt rådhuset.
Nå pusses rådhuset opp igjen også kommer altsån denne sørsiden i nær tilknyttning. Byen som av mange blir betegnet som død får nå muligheten til å våkne. Så her må det taes riktige grep.

Oppmodingen er derfor forleng signaturen til ålesund ved å forlenge ålesundet/brosundet og sats på kultur. Kino, nytt bibiliotek ny fest plass osv.

Vi som kommer fra regionen er veldig spente.
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