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O Oslo Museum of Design é um dinâmico complexo de edifícios, que estabelece um diálogo harmonioso com seu contexto imediato, com a cidade de Oslo e com as tradições norueguesas.

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Oslo Museum of Design is a dynamic complex of buildings – all in one – that establishes a harmonious dialogue with its immediate context, with the city of Oslo and with Norwegian traditions.

español
Oslo Museum of Design es un dinámico complejo de edificios, que establece un diálogo armonioso con su contexto inmediato, con la ciudad de Oslo y con las tradiciones noruegas.

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PORTAL VITRUVIUS. Oslo Museum of Design. A landmark in context. Projetos, São Paulo, year 21, n. 243.01, Vitruvius, mar. 2021 <https://vitruvius.com.br/revistas/read/projetos/21.243/8099/en_US>.


Oslo Museum of Design faces the waterside as if it were docking. The two main volumes – the bigger one with the main museum functions; the other with the learning center and design lab – are a reference to ancient Norwegian maritime traditions: ships with a metallic structure resembling a fishing net. The buildings float on a platform, under which part of the architectural program is developed (e.g., parking, deposit, reception hall, convention hall, convention rooms, media library, restaurant, food court, toilets). The whole complex is surrounded by nature, with the buildings elevating above the trees. Visitors can drive to and park or walk and cycle to the museum. In the outside, there is a Summer deck, a public space with swimming pools and other amusements; on the top slab, there is plenty of room for fun parties and recreational programs, all year long. Access to these spaces can be done from the inside or directly from the outside through pathways in the woods.

Oslo Museum of Design is, despite the complexity of its program, a space easy to read, with its open, adaptable floors and rooms. The reception hall is where access to the main buildings (the museum and the learning center) takes place and other support structures should be positioned (bookstore, ticket booth etc.). The media library, in the form of a spiral, divides the reception and the convention halls. In the convention hall, there are spaces for convention rooms on both sides. These can be divided in larger or smaller rooms by use of removable walls. There are also support rooms and toilets on each side. The restaurant and the food court are located at the end of the hall so that it connects with the landscape, facing the outside deck and the fjord. The ceiling takes advantage of the chess like beam structure, forming squares, leaving the structure to be seen. A few ‘squares’ should be covered in walkable glass (there is a terrace above) and allow light to come into the hall.

Oslo Museum of Design, site plan, Oslo, Noruega, 2000. Architects Anne Vital Brustolin, Lorena Petrovich Pereira de Carvalho, Márcio Moraes Valença, Nilberto Gomes de Souza and Yuri de Souza Duarte
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Oslo cultural life, the fjord, the tree cover, the many functions in the new building (museum, learning center, adaptable auditoriums – for meetings, lectures, conferences, theater, cinema –, design lab, galleries, conference halls, library, bookshop, restaurant and food court, open space with swimming pools), and plenty of inside and outside space for amusement and entertainment all year long, in sum, everything will contribute to add an extra attractiveness to this section of the Oslo city, just outside the city center.

Oslo Museum of Design, ground floor plan, Oslo, Noruega, 2000. Architects Anne Vital Brustolin, Lorena Petrovich Pereira de Carvalho, Márcio Moraes Valença, Nilberto Gomes de Souza and Yuri de Souza Duarte
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Oslo Museum of Design is a dynamic complex of buildings – all in one – that establishes a harmonious dialogue with its immediate context, with the city of Oslo and with Norwegian traditions. The bigger, ship-like volume that shelters the museum establishes a connection between past and present; the smaller one that shelters the learning center establishes a connection between present and future. In addition, its contemporary architectural forms offer the city yet another reason for contemplation and enjoyment.

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Oslo Museum of Design

Menção honrosa no Oslo Museum of Design Competition

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Manuel Navarro Zornoza; Michael Neumann; Adrian Welch e Thor Olav Solhjor

year
2020

architecture
Anne Vital Brustolin, Lorena Petrovich Pereira de Carvalho, Márcio Moraes Valença, Nilberto Gomes de Souza and Yuri de Souza Duarte (project team); Janilson Torres (banner art); Jessé da Paz Góis (parameterized model); Layse Mendes (rendering); Marcos Gonçalves de Oliveira (site setion modeling)

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