V E R N I S S A G E / Some nice fotos from the exhibition opening at the National Museum – Architecture exhibition “A Place to Be. Contemporary Norwegian Architecture 2011–2016”. All fotos by Haakon Michael Harriss
NATAAS/ project Outdoor Light Studio is exhibited as one of 25 projects in the exhibition.
About the exhibition:
“A Place to Be. Contemporary Norwegian Architecture 2011–2016” presents a selection of 25 projects dating from the past five years. All the projects were designed by Norwegian and international architects in Norway as well as foreign projects designed by Norwegian architects. What architectural projects have influenced the architectural scene in Norway over the past five years? Is it possible to identify characteristic features in Norwegian architecture today? How does today’s Norwegian architecture reflect key values and trends in society in general? “A Place to Be” is the eighth edition in a long-running series of exhibitions showcasing contemporary Norwegian architecture since 1978″.
Curator: Markus Richter
Exhibition Design and Art Direction: U67 (Fabio Gigone, Angela Gigliotti)
Thank you and congratulations also to my great great collaborators Mats Rustøy og photographer Haakon Michael Harriss