Posts tagged as 'Magu Design'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.09.2018 - Tagged as: Magu Design
Photographer: Arne Bru Haug
The villa at Kirkegatan 15 had belonged to the Øglænd family since it was built in 1937, until it was sold in June 2014. The villa is a part of Sandnes’ history and the new owners wanted to revive the history at the same time as they had the need to customise its functions to the needs of today. The house is built in the functionalist style, and from an interior standpoint, the goal was to create a flow between the rooms. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.02.2018 - Tagged as: Magu Design
Nordsjø Kontorpark is an advanced office park in Haugesund, Norway, with total floor space of 15,000 square metres in four buildings. The project focuses on synergy, efficiency, energy, architecture and functionality. It represents a unique skills centre, and the only 100% office park in the region. All common functions are located on the ground floor of the first phase building with a floor area of 4820 m2, which is Breeam NOR classified and was completed in November 2017. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.10.2015 - Tagged as: interior design, Magu Design
Villa in Norway by Magu Design
Magu Design has remodelled a villa in Kirkegaten, Norway originally built in 1973, preserving its history, yet at the same time bringing the house up to date.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.08.2015 - Tagged as: Magu Design, office interior
Siemens Office, Stavanger by Magu Design, photo: Arne Bru Haug
Magu Design’s client Siemens needed to consolidate different departments scattered throughout Stavanger (Norway’s third-largest urban zone) into one building, the recently completed Golf Tower.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.07.2015 - Tagged as: Magu Design, office interior
Skansegaten Board Room by Magu Design
The Skansegaten Board Room by Magu Design is a different board room located in Stavanger, Norway.