Interior

Interior Architecture is the design of a space which has been created by structural boundaries and the human interaction within these boundaries. The Interior architecture service is provided by Snøhetta in Oslo and New York.
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The Bølgon & Moi restaurant is located on the ground floor of a multi-storey uilding, next to a canal and active pedestrian public space. The restaurant is split into three zones; the bar at the entrance, the brasserie along the facade and the fine dining in the rear. Along this façade, large sliding glass doors enable an interaction between indoors and outdoors, allowing visitors to eat indoors or sit outside on a sunny day.

The Bølgon & Moi restaurant is located on the ground floor of a multi-storey uilding, next to a canal and active pedestrian public space. The restaurant is split into three zones; the bar at the entrance, the brasserie along the facade and the fine dining in the rear. Along this façade, large sliding glass doors enable an interaction between indoors and outdoors, allowing visitors to eat indoors or sit outside on a sunny day.

Located on the Southern boundary of Forester Hill Hospital, Maggie's Cancer Care Centre is a free standing Pavilion at the edge of the Westburn field. Nestling in the row of trees, the Centre enjoys views across the fields and ample sunlight from the south and west. Maggie's Cancer Caring Centre is not a treatment center, but a place where individuals can meet, connect and receive help and guidance.

Located on the Southern boundary of Forester Hill Hospital, Maggie's Cancer Care Centre is a free standing Pavilion at the edge of the Westburn field. Nestling in the row of trees, the Centre enjoys views across the fields and ample sunlight from the south and west. Maggie's Cancer Caring Centre is not a treatment center, but a place where individuals can meet, connect and receive help and guidance.

A pavilion was displayed during Marmomacc, the leading fair for operators in the stone industry, in 2011.   The installation explores the antipodes of the lithosphere, and shows the versatile and multipurpose identity of the genetic code of stone.

A pavilion was displayed during Marmomacc, the leading fair for operators in the stone industry, in 2011. The installation explores the antipodes of the lithosphere, and shows the versatile and multipurpose identity of the genetic code of stone.

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