An exhibition exploring works of Norway’s two most prominent and pioneering architectural practices, Reiulf Ramstad Architects and Jensen & Skodvin Architects, is currently on show at London’s Royal Institute of British Architects. On view until 15 June 2012, ‘Contemporary Norwegian Architecture – Landscape and Intervention’ surveys projects realised by both offices through a series of exhibits such as richly detailed models and images. A number of accompanying events such as film screenings are also scheduled with the fist one titled Knut Åsdam: Urban Transformations taking place this coming Sunday (29 April).
More about the exhibition:
‘Reiulf Ramstad Architects and Jensen & Skodvin Architects are two of the most high-profile and innovative practices based in Norway. This exhibition explores their work, through a unique collection of richly detailed models and images, highlighting rural contemporary Norwegian architecture through the National Tourist Routes scheme and more.
‘A selection of Tourist Routes projects – completed across the country – are displayed by each practice, in addition to a range of other buildings that have been undertaken, including housing and public works.’
12 April – 15 June 2012
Gallery Two and Florence Hall
66 Portland Place
London W1B 1AD
Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm
Tuesday, 10am – 10pm