In 2012, a group of five students in Norway were tasked with designing and delivering a unique and eye-catching landmark on Oslo’s beautiful and bustling waterfront. The purpose of this year’s workshop was to shed light on the architecture student, as an aware and active resource, capable to create living architecture that stimulates use in otherwise empty public spaces.
Mattias Tellqvist, TreStykker Board Member: "When deciding on materials for the build we were guided by the characteristic aesthetics on the iconic boathouse and of course the search for an innovative product such as Kebony. Kebony wood is durable, resistant. The long lifespan of Kebony cladding ensures that maintenance costs are kept low, which is of course vital for the success of this non-profit project."