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Planetveien 12.

Architect Arne Korsmo and Grete Prytz Kittelsens house. Kittelsen is famous for the Catrineholm enamel ware.

20 logements sociaux, Babled-Nouvet-Reynaud Architectes (BNR), 2013. Rue des Orteaux, Paris. | par Clement Guillaume

20 logements sociaux, Babled-Nouvet-Reynaud Architectes (BNR), 2013. Rue des Orteaux, Paris. | par Clement Guillaume

Planetveien 12, Oslo, Norway   1955  Architect:  Arne Korsmo & Christian Nordberg-Schultz

Architect Arne Korsmo and Grete Prytz Kittelsens house. Kittelsen is famous for the Catrineholm enamel ware.

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Image 13 of 25 from gallery of Chamfer House / Mihaly Slocombe Architect. Photograph by Andrew Latreille

Love the blue tile fireplace mantle in the Norwegian cabin of legendary designer Grete Prytz Kittelsen.

TrendHome: Grete Prytz Kittelsen’s Home [Norway]

Arne Korsmo House, 1955 The Arne Korsmo House was built in 1955 in Oslo, Norway, for his wife, the designer Grete Prytz Kittelsen. Arne Korsmo was a leading architect in Norway and a.

Architect: Carlo Scarpa, Casa Tabarelli

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