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Old April 30th, 2004, 08:29 AM   #1
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FJORDCITY | Bispevika

Bispevika

Bispevika is the development site between Operaens Omgivelser and Sørenga, covering several building sites (B2, B3, B6a, B6b, B7, B8a, B8b and
B9 > See regulation plan below) from Stasjonsallmenningen (splitting Bispevika with Operaens Omgivelser) to Bispekilen to Kongsbakken (splitting
Bispevika to Sørenga). Operakvarteret nabours to the north across Dronning Eufemias Gate.

Site B6a and B6b is the first to be developed by HAV Eiendom. A competition for the site was arranged in 2011 where four teams made their proposal.







The map above show Operaens Omgivelser, and its sites. Scroll further down to see the details of each site, or use this quicklink.

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Old June 2nd, 2004, 10:45 AM   #2
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B6a and B6b

Four proposals are competing in an ongoing competition for site B6a and B6b. The winning design will be elected in January 2012.
UPDATED: Tegnestuen Vandkunsten won the competition.

More in Norwegian | Planleggingen av Bispevika er nå i full gang. I høst har fire arkitektteam arbeidet med et parallelloppdrag for HAV Eiendom AS
to tomter innerst i Bispevika. Tomtene ligger plassert direkte ved fjorden og deles av Bispekilen. Herfra har man utsikt fra Oslo Torg og Ladegården,
tvers gjennom Bjørvikaområdet og helt over til Akershus festning.

Det er HAV Eiendom AS og Oslo S Utvikling AS som eier tomter i dette området. Sammen planlegger de to selskapene å utarbeide en felles
detaljregulering av området. De to tomtene utbyggingsfelt B6a og B6b skal utvikles hovedsakelig for boligformål, mens det i første etasje legges
opp til forretningsvirksomhet, beverting og kultur. Mellom bebyggelsen og sjøen skal det anlegges en bred havnepromenade som følger Bispevikas
planlagte bue, med plass til servering og aktiviteter mot fjordkanten.

Det er for å skape et enda bedre beslutningsgrunnlag for den videre områdeplanleggingen at HAV Eiendom i høst har utfordret fire arkitektteam til
å vise hvordan de vil løse oppgaven. Arkitektenes forslag skal evalueres av en fagkomité. Også kommunale etater, bydel Gamle Oslo og andre skal
få komme med innspill. Deretter skal HAV Eiendom i samarbeid med Oslo S Utvikling vurdere om noen av forslagene skal legges til grunn for
detaljreguleringen.

The proposals are by Dyrvik Arkitekter, Helen & Hard, Pushak and Tegnestuen Vandkunsten.

Tegnestuen Vandkunsten (Winning design)
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De tre andre forslagene.
Dyrvik Arkitekter
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Pushak
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Old July 21st, 2004, 10:20 PM   #3
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B2 og B3

Kvartal B2 og B3 tegnes av a-lab og blir på 18 500m2 og 18 800m2 BRA. 70% av arealet er tiltenkt boliger.






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Old June 4th, 2011, 11:04 AM   #4
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B7

Kvartal B7 planlegges utbygd med 23 000m2 BRA boliger og kontorer med max byggehøyde på 30m. a-lab er arkitekten bak kvartalet, som i Kvartal
B2 og B3. B7 bygges med ett kontorbygg i nordøstlig hjørne for å skjerme av for trafikken i krysset mellom Dronning Eufemias Gate og Haakon V's
Gate. Boligene legges til ett bygg som strekker seg langs Rostockgata til Bispekilen.

B7, ligger til høyre.




B7 sett fra Middelalderparken.

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Old June 4th, 2011, 11:15 AM   #5
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B8a og B8b

MAD er arkitektene bak Kvartal 8a og Kvartal 8b. De to kvartalene er på henholdsvis 24 000m2 og 23 000m2 BRA. Byggningene får en maks høyde
på 8 etasjer. Tilsammen planlegges 275 leiligheter i Kvartal 8a og 261 leiligheter i Kvartal 8b. Det skal også bli en barnehage i sørvestlig hjørne av
Kvartal 8a.









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Old November 12th, 2011, 05:57 PM   #6
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This sounds interesting:

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•Hav Eiendom har nå startet et parallelloppdrag med 4 arkitektgrupper som skal komme med hvert sitt idéforslag for 2 av Hav's beste boligtomter i fjordkanten innerst i Bispevika.
I guess they're speaking of B6a (and B6b?)or B2/B3, since the other Bispevika-quarters belongs to OSU.
As I suspected, B6a and b are subject here. Results will be presented this Monday Architects involved are:
  • Dyrvik, Oslo
  • PUSHAK, Oslo
  • Helen & Hard, Stavanger
  • Vandkunsten, København

Personally, I'm a big fan of Helen & Hard, and have high hopes for these two quarters!

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Old November 12th, 2011, 07:22 PM   #7
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As I suspected, B6a and b are subject here. Results will be presented this Monday Architects involved are:
  • Dyrvik, Oslo
  • PUSHAK, Oslo
  • Helen & Hard, Stavanger
  • Vandkunsten, København
Looking forward to it. These are big and important quarters.
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Old November 14th, 2011, 01:28 PM   #8
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As I suspected, B6a and b are subject here. Results will be presented this Monday Architects involved are:
  • Dyrvik, Oslo
  • PUSHAK, Oslo
  • Helen & Hard, Stavanger
  • Vandkunsten, København

Personally, I'm a big fan of Helen & Hard, and have high hopes for these two quarters!

Arkitekter kjemper om Bispevika
I'm having a bit of a trouble to find this online yet, but at least HAV eiendom writes this on their webpage:

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UTSTILLING
I regi av HAV Eiendom AS har 4 arkitektkontor utarbeidet arkitekturkonsepter for 2 byutviklingstomter i Bispevika-området. Vi ønsker å presentere disse konseptene for publikum i perioden 17.-20. november, i Ladegårdens lokaler i Bispegata i Gamlebyen, (inngang fra hagesiden).
Utstillingen vil være åpen for publikum:

17. og 18. november, kl. 14.00-18.00

19. og 20. november, kl. 12.00-16.00

Gratis inngang.



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Old November 14th, 2011, 07:12 PM   #9
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I'm having a bit of a trouble to find this online yet, but at least HAV eiendom writes this on their webpage:
Seems like bygg.no is the place to be.

Dyrvik:

Helen & Hard:

Pushak:

Vandkunsten:


Mostly disappointing. I'd say that Vandkunsten's proposal is the most creative and least boxy, but I don't think the messy townhouse streetscape is what you want to create in this part of the city. This is a prominent waterfront property, and if they want to imitate boathouses they should be larger and more monumental in my opinion. This is a concept however, and with various designs of the houses and other adjustments it can turn out good in the end.

Of the other proposals, Helen & Hard was the most disappointing. I liked Pushak's and Dyrvik's solutions better, and thought Pushak's architecture looked more exciting, but it's impossible to say how it will look like in the end. Both looked way too much like Sørenga though.
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Old November 14th, 2011, 07:21 PM   #10
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The planing of Dyrviks proposals is quite good imho (I love the little channel!), but the architecture is meh. I think Pushaaks proposal is more exciting there. I'm not completely sure what this competition was about though: To create a masterplan to these blocks or to design them?
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Not sure what I like best, maybe Dyrvik, but Vandkunsten is the worst.
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They call it "arkitekturkonsept" so I guess they are meant to be quite realistic visions for the areas, but it still a concept so I guess details and designs can change quite much.

I actually didn't notice the mini canal in Dyrvik's proposal; it's a great idea, and much better than a "gårdsplass" that's never really utilized.
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Hmm.. Seems Vandkunsten has gone a bit further than ordered, designing for B9 as well..

I must say I would'd expected a bit more creativity for this assignment, even though the regulation plan is strict. It should be noted that all 4 projects actually are far taller towards the fjord than stipulated in the Bjørvika-plan.

As OTNR said, Dyrvik's suggestion could just as well been an extension of Sørgenga. The Vandkunsten is completely irrational, and breaking with all good principles established in the Fjordcity-project. Somebody save me!
About Pushak, I don't get why they chose bricks. It's so increadibly dark, and doesn't work with the narrow streets at all! The volumes are random, and the project gives me a bad vibe. (and what has happened with the VISMA-building in the render?!)
The last one, Helen & Hard, is probably my favorite so far, but the render shown isn't giving a lot. In the model, I like what they seem to make a central opening between the three quarters, but I find the "stair case" way of building boring.

I'll check out all this Thursday, so hopefully we'll see some more renders then...
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i like that dyrvik has those high glass fronts at street level, but above parts are d.u.l.l.

vandkusten is at least not so boxy, and the white i think will work really well, though a comparable overhead shot would help.

I like the openness of pushak, the kind of split open blocks

and helen and hard have done themselves no favours by providing an image that looks like those wedgy appartment blocks you see on hillsides across the country, so can't really judge.
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Not Helen & Hard. Not Vandkunsten.
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I actually didn't notice the mini canal in Dyrvik's proposal; it's a great idea, and much better than a "gårdsplass" that's never really utilized.
I found another canal too!
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About Pushak, I don't get why they chose bricks. It's so increadibly dark, and doesn't work with the narrow streets at all! .
I actually like that. Reminds of Brussels for some reason.


I think I would prefer Pushaks architecture with Dyrviks planning. That would look great imho.
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I like the urban quarter structure and the canal soulution from Dyrvik, but the design is a bit boring and too much alike Sørenga, as others have mentioned. But all details isn't there yet, and the colours, cladding material, etc is likely to change. The danish suggestion didn't fit the area at all. The two others had some similarities and i'm not sure what to think yet.

I'm happily waiting for more renders to make my mind clearer.
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My ranging of the 4 suggestions:

1. Pushak
2. Dyrvik
3. Helen & Hard
4. Vandkunsten.

I personally think we ought to build further upon the quarterly idea of Bjørvika. In time i feel that the city as a whole will benefit significantly more with this. If one thinks about it, we dont really want separat buildings like Vandkunsten here tries for, we need quarterly but classical and beautiful buildings. I personally feel that Pushak has made the most of their contribution and made interesting and within the confines and frames of innercity buildings a beautiful and highly aesthetical buildings.

When Bjørvika will be finished in 10-20 years from now, most people will look back upon these suggestions (perhaps just a few historians and escpecially interested) but they will, i think, agree that a classical perception with a twist so to speak is the right way to go. Its much like, if you tear down 1 quartal and the area is befitting, one can manage more unique architecture than usual, but if you are to build in prime location in the absolute midcenter of Oslo, one has to think quarterly but beautiful within the confines.

When it comes to the openings in these quartals, i mean they would benefit from going 3-4 floors up before opening up.

When is decission time and when is building time is what i want to know.
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When is decission time and when is building time is what i want to know.
From the article:
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Evalueringen av forslagene ferdigstilles av en fagkomite i løpet av januar 2012.
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Was it required, that the three quaters had to look the same?
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