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Diagonale Office Building

Oslo, Norway

The Diagonale project is a central part of the redevelopment of Oslo's vibrant new district, Bjørvika. As part of the winning project for Oslo's new Central Library, the Diagonale site was divided into two parts; A8 (Deichman library) and A9 for commercial utilization including housing, offices and shopping.

A pedestrian street cuts diagonally through the A9 site and creates two smaller sites thereby establishing a physical spatial sequence, as well as a visual connection between the front of the opera and the sea with the city to the northeast. Dividing the site gives each building a human scale and integrates the project into the city. Restaurants and shops will occupy both sites at street level.

Image: Hav Eiendom Bjørvika A9 Fremtidsbyen www mir no
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Category: Commercial

Location: Oslo, Norway

Size: 18,000 m²

Year: 2019


Atelier Oslo


Photography by Marc Goodwin
Illustrations by MIR

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