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Norway's Incredible Roadside Viewpoints

The site was upgraded in 2006 and now offers visitors two levels linked by a walkway. Timber aged hundreds of years was reused in the construction of the restrooms.

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Lonely Planet's guide to travelling in Norway

Picture: Justin Foulkes, Lonely Planet Traveller MagazineThe timber walkway juts out 30m from the mountain wall before plunging suddenly downward in an elegant curve, leaving viewers suspended

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A timber bridge across Lake Mjøsa in Norway

Feasibility seminar for timber bridge crossing 2010: • 2 day seminar with a large number of bridge experts, architects and officials. • Conclusion is that to build a timber bridge across Mjøsa is feasible • 3 alternative solutions outlined.

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Driven to distraction: the Norway road trip where cool design

Norway’s roadside architecture project, part of its National Tourist Routes, has led to the creation of bridges and viewing platforms that make every journey a tour de force – and more new

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BBC - Earth - Discover how Norway saved its vanishing forests

Norway was once at risk of losing much of its forests. After centuries of logging for timber and firewood, the country had consumed much of this previously vast natural resource. All that has changed.

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Prime lumber: we’re wild about wooden hideaways | Wallpaper*

Norway: Fjordside Retreat Name: Malagen Cabin Architect: Snorre Stinessen Wilderness and warmth are intertwined thoughout the property, thanks to devices such as the winter garden, with a fireplace and outdoor kitchen, or the cabins themselves, which slant out towards the forest and allow inhabitants to feel in touch with the outdoors yet protected.

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Rock carvings at Alta - Wikipedia

The Rock art of Alta (Helleristningene i Alta) are located in and around the municipality of Alta in the county of Finnmark in northern Norway.Since the first carvings were discovered in 1973, more than 6000 carvings have been found on several sites around Alta.

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Faceted waterfront housing in Norway by AART architects

The jagged profile of Norway's mountains and the gabled elevations of traditional homes informed the shape of this wooden housing development in Stavanger

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Prime lumber: we’re wild about wooden hideaways | Wallpaper*

Norway: Fjordside Retreat Name: Malagen Cabin Architect: Snorre Stinessen Wilderness and warmth are intertwined thoughout the property, thanks to devices such as the winter garden, with a fireplace and outdoor kitchen, or the cabins themselves, which slant out towards the forest and allow inhabitants to feel in touch with the outdoors yet protected.

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BBC - Earth - Discover how Norway saved its vanishing forests

Norway was once at risk of losing much of its forests. After centuries of logging for timber and firewood, the country had consumed much of this previously vast natural resource. All that has changed.

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10+ Norway ideas | norway, architecture, architect

May 16, 2012 - Explore Global Timber Now's board "Norway", followed by 289 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about norway, architecture, architect.

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Cool Facts: Glulam Timber | Able Canopies

This shows just how durable Glulam timber really is. Strength – The Filsa bridge in Norway was constructed from Glulam Timber in 2003 and is the world’s longest timber bridge designed for full traffic loads. Glulam Timber Canopies are installed by Able Canopies Ltd. For more information call 0800 389 9072, email [email protected]

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International Conference Timber Bridges - ResearchGate

In Norway, the ready availability of timber and the tradition of utilizing timber in houses and other structures make it natural to consider timber an adequate construction material for bridges

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World's scariest stairs: Do you dare climb their steps? | CNN

Norway's Flørli Power Station is the starting point for the best hikes around the town of Lysefjord—and its stairs will make you gasp for two reasons. First, there are 4,444 steps that ascend a

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Mountain Lodge on Sognefjorden by Haptic | Dezeen

The cabins are located along two walkway axes. Traversing down the mountain towards the Fjord, these routes create a sense of remoteness, with each cabin placed discreetly amongst the forest and

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FOLLO MUSEUM WORKSHOP | Norway — CAUKIN Studio

The double pitched timber frame form is carved in different directions, giving opportunities for visitor interaction, access points, courtyard spaces and allowing light into the building. Focussing on the interaction between visitor and craftsperson; the new Follo workshop is divided into a public first floor and a working ground floor that

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FOLLO MUSEUM WORKSHOP | Norway — CAUKIN Studio

The double pitched timber frame form is carved in different directions, giving opportunities for visitor interaction, access points, courtyard spaces and allowing light into the building. Focussing on the interaction between visitor and craftsperson; the new Follo workshop is divided into a public first floor and a working ground floor that

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The Sørenga Harbor Pool is a remarkable component of an outdoor public recreation area in Oslo, Norway. The pool is adjacent to a park, a beach, and luscious green plains;… Watch Now

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25 Fascinating Facts About Norway - Life in Norway

1. The world's longest road tunnel is in Norway. At an astonishing 15 miles (24.5 km) long, the Lærdal Tunnel is the world’s longest. Costing 1 billion Norwegian kroner to build (that's about USD $110 million) the tunnel connects the small communities of Lærdal and Aurland.

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Friluftsliv: How this Nordic lifestyle can fight wintertime

Friluftsliv, which equates to "life in fresh air," is a concept many in Norway employ daily. To build on that approach to well-being, an expert weighs in on how light exposure — which is

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44 Timber Staircases Outside ideas | timber staircase, wooden

Mar 6, 2018 - External wooden staircases, enhancing garden spaces. See more ideas about timber staircase, wooden staircases, garden spaces.

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Landscaping Oxford Maine, landscape services Norway Maine

Granite wall: Norway, Maine RLS designed and built this one of a kind front entrance. Before this stroll through the garden entrance there was a timber retaining wall and timber steps that were failing and hazardous. We used recycled, antique granite to replace the wall and more consistent split granite steps for the entrance.

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78 Spectacular walkways ideas | architecture, landscape

Jul 28, 2020 - Explore Dezeen's board "Spectacular walkways", followed by 994863 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about architecture, landscape, landscape architecture.

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Made in Norway by Birkhäuser - Issuu

Made in Norway presents a selection of new projects from ­Norway built from 2010 to 2016, examples of how ­architects in this country have responded to different situations and conditions

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First 14-storey wood building in the world at Bergen in Norway

First 14-storey wood building in the world at Bergen in Norway | R. B. Abrahamsen 4 large buildings. The structural timber is with few exceptions covered behind either glass or metal sheeting. This protects the timber from rain and sun, increases durability and reduces maintenance. Climate class 1 is used for most timber members. 3. Materials

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Lille Arøya cabin in Norway | Somewhere - Documenting Culture

Designed by Lund Hagem, check out this amazing house built in Norway: The site is located within 5 meters of the waters edge on a small island with large topographic differences. The site is exposed to prevailing winds from south –west, and as with so many sites along the Norwegian coast, it boasts a magnificent view. Access is limited to boat.

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Cottages and cabins in Norway | Rent a cabin

Cabins and cottages in Norway vary from the totally basic (no electricity, and water from a well) to the very luxurious. What they all offer, however, is the opportunity to experience the traditional Norwegian “hyttekos” (cabin cosiness), a feeling very unlike the one you get in an apartment or a hotel.

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25 Fascinating Facts About Norway - Life in Norway

1. The world's longest road tunnel is in Norway. At an astonishing 15 miles (24.5 km) long, the Lærdal Tunnel is the world’s longest. Costing 1 billion Norwegian kroner to build (that's about USD $110 million) the tunnel connects the small communities of Lærdal and Aurland.

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Landscaping Oxford Maine, landscape services Norway Maine

Granite wall: Norway, Maine RLS designed and built this one of a kind front entrance. Before this stroll through the garden entrance there was a timber retaining wall and timber steps that were failing and hazardous. We used recycled, antique granite to replace the wall and more consistent split granite steps for the entrance.

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faerder technical high school in norway by white arkitekter

designed by white arkitekter, ‘faerder technical high school’ is a new secondary education vocational college located in tønsberg, norway’s oldest village. the scheme brings the institution

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Apply Leirvik International (ALIP) – Aluminium Offshore

Apply Leirvik International, (“ALIP”) was established in Singapore in early 2011 and is a joint venture between the Apply Group of Companies in Norway and the shareholders of Aluminium Offshore. ALIP’s focus is on designing, building and helping to install high quality, modular aluminium quarters and accommodation units to the Asian market.

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Aluminium Offshore

Aluminium Offshore and its subsidiaries have built up a reputation for impeccable design, flawless execution and solid customer service. As one of the largest specialist design-and-build companies in the world, we offer a complete design, supply and assemble package to customers who are looking to upgrade traditional steel and concrete helidecks to lighter and more corrosion-resistant

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