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Mesterfjellet School

About

Mesterfjellet School in Larvik, Norway, is a beautiful example of sustainable, modern Nordic architecture. The project is a collaboration between the Danish architecture office CEBRA and Norwegian collaborators Various Architects, SPINN Arkitekter and landscape architects Østengen & Bergo.

Wood is used extensively throughout the building to give the school a calm yet warm Nordic palette of brown, white and grey. The building’s wooden exterior is made from Kebony Character and over time will develop a silver-grey patina, allowing the building to blend in with Larvik’s vertical stone uprisings and boulder-like hills.

 

Who
SPINN Arkitekter, CEBRA, Various Architects, Østengen & Bergo
Where
Larvik, Norway
When
2014
Photos
© Mikkel Frost / © Jiri Havran