Location: Hamarøy, Norway
Program: historical museum for writer Knut Hamsun including exhibition areas, library, reading room, cafe and 230 seat auditorium
Client: Nordland Fylkeskommune (County)
Size: 24445 sf
This center is dedicated to Hamsun village located in the Arctic Circle near Presteid from Hamarøy and agriculture where the author grew up. This museum includes exhibition areas, a library and reading room, cafeteria and auditorium.
The concept of the museum was “building the body,” creating an invisible force battle. Outer bark of black churches is a great feature to prevent wood Norse. Vertebral-body building elevator center, providing disabled access of goods to all parts of the building. In the tall grass roof and garden roof reflects traditional Norwegian company is different. experience strange, surprising and in phenomenal space and light perspective will provide inspiration for the exhibition framework.
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