Art & Architecture + [sculpture]

New experiment in a genre of an architectural sculpture

Architectural sculpture

KLP AS, one of the largest developers of Norway, has held competition on building of new object in the centre of Oslo. The design of a building from three towers integrally united in an architectural sculpture “Crystal Clear”, the project of bureau C became the winner. F. Møller Architects, developed together with Kristin Jarmund Arkitekter.

Total area of objects — 90,000 m. sq. office, trading and, probably, a floor space. Very qualitative place of building is chosen; in the most prestigious area Oslo, on a place of the former centre of post sorting, near to the central station.

The design concept is connected with a symbol of air, the sky; developers hope, that the project will positively affect image of a city as modern European capital.

Crystal Clear

The partner and architect C.F. Møller, Mads Mandrup Hansen, in interview has told, that
“Crystal Clear” — the unique offer for a modern city, a congestion of various high-rise structures and towers. It is a city rock which has strategic value for development of Oslo.
We are proud, that our object is so significant for a city, strengthens positions of Norway in Europe, shows ample opportunities of our professional experience.
It is planned, that building will last 3-5 years.