Thursday, 21 October 2010

And the winner is …

And the winner of 2010’s “Oslo bys arkitekturpris” (Oslo’s Architecture Award) is “Lærernes hus – Utdanningsforbundets konferansesenter” (Teachers' House - Education Association’ Conference Centre), designed by Element Arkitekter.
The winner was announced yesterday, and the final dispute was between the Teacher’s House and the apartment building at Korsgata 5, designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter.
This award honors outstanding architecture in Oslo, and is awarded by the City´s Council for city development in cooperation with the Council of city architecture, planning and construction. This year's proposals included the buildings completed in 2009 or landscape architecture projects completed in 2004-2009.
On the run were some different kinds of projects but basically all from the same offices:
-       Ullevål Stadium, by Narud Stokke Wiig Sivilarkitekter;
-       Schous Culture Brewery, by Arkitektkontoret Eide & Haslestad;
-       Kiosk / Service building in Frogner Park, by div.A Arkitekter;
-       “Quadraturen” – Dronningens gate 15, by Kritt Arkitekter;
-       Park of the National Library, by Østengen & Bergo;
-       Park Svarttjen, by Tegn3 (with Selberg Arkitektkontor);
-       Schandorffs Square, by Østengen & Bergo;
-       Tiedemanns Complex, by Scala Arkitekter;
-       Apartment building in Schouskvartalet, by MAD;
-       House Engan, by Knut Hjeltnes Sivilarkitekter;
-       Oslo’s 1st Passive House, by Medplan Arkitekter;
-       Twin Schools Oppsal / Vetland, by Jostein Rønsen Arkitekter  and HUS Arkitekter;
-       Kindergarten Ammerudlia, by Aursand og Spangen;
-       Kindergarten Kongsberggata, by Oker Arkitektur;
-       Kindergarten Kværnerdalen, by NAV A.S Arkitekter;
-       Kindergaten Betha Thorsens, by Aursand og Spangen;
-       Helsfyr Atrium, by Lund + Slaatto Arkitekter;
-       Confederation House, by Dark Arkitekter;
-       Akerselva Atrium, by NBBJ Arkitekter, Pran Arkitekter and Poulsson/Pran;
-       Taxes’ Office Headquarters, by Narud Stokke Wiig Sivilarkitekter;
-       KLP - built Bjørvika, by Solheim + Jacobsen Arkitekter;
-       Alfaset Crematorium, by Arkitektene and Dyrvik Arkitekter;
-       Tjuvholmen, section F1, by Niels Torp Arkitekter;
-       Apartment building at Tjuvholmen Allé 4-6, by MAD;
-       Tjuvholmen, section F3, by Niels Torp Arkitekter;
-       Apartment building at Lille Stranden 2, by Arkitektkontoret Kari Nissen Brodtkorb;

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