Lørenskog is Norway’s most forward-looking urban municipality in 2019. Municipalities in the Oslo region, Sola and Tromsø also performs well in this year’s edition of the City-index.
The interest for Norwegian architecture is growing.
Ratio is invited to present the project for the new National Public Health institute at the ZEB conference under the theme: High targets for complex buildings. The conference will be held on September 4th in Trondheim. To read more visitt the Ration Architects website or the ZEB conference website
Ratio has recieved the first assignment as BREEAM assessor. Østbanehallen i Oslo will undergo extensive renovation and the aim is to achieve certification as BREEAM NOR ‘very good. For more information, visit the Ratio Architects website or BREEAM here.
As part of Oslo Open House Kommunens Hus is open for the public 21. – 22. September. If you would like to read more, please visit the Ratio Arkitekter website or www.osloåpenhus.no.
In June Ration in collaboration with 4B Architects and COWI Trondheim delievered the project for the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and Lindern in Oslo. To read more, please visit the RATIO website.
In the annual National Architecture Prize St. Olavs Hospital in Trondheim got an honourable mention.
St. Olavs Hospital in Trondheim is together with six other projects nominated for The National Architecture Prize 2013 (Statens Byggeskikkpris). The winner will be announced on June 25th 2013.
Refurbishment and extension of Kommunenes Hus i Vika, originally designed by F. S. Platou Arkitekter AS built in 1957.
Ratio Arkitekter AS are taking aprt in the SEOPP project along side a range of other companies.