Architecture

Stands out in Holmenkollen

Three building bodies of different colors form the framework of the modern house.

Stands out in Holmenkollen

This architectural designation of the murmur with the extremely clean lines is relatively large. 400 square meters are divided into three separate urban volumes to make it not dominant in the landscape.

The plot of the house is on a phenomenal view of the sea, and this also influenced the design of the building, says Professor Eremitus in Arittektur, Bengt Espen Knutsen to Bonytt.com

Norwegian contemporary architecture

This is a current piece of Norwegian contemporary architecture, such as this reused Biri dwelling designed by Jarmund and Vigsnæs, the distinctive Asker House by Professor Einar Dahle and the dramatic Rennesøy concrete villa signed Knut Hjeltnes.

Stands out in Holmenkollen

ADJUST THE HOUSE TO THE TOMT: Here you can see how architect Bengt Espen Knutsen split up and let the individual elements in the plant on the plot. Photo: Jiri Havran

Stands out in Holmenkollen

EARTH COLORS AT SKOGSTOMT: The terrace seen from the west. Note the deep saturated earth colors of the two upper house volumes. Photo: Jiri Havran

Hearing here at Holmenkollen

Stands out in Holmenkollen

The ancient farm is like an adventure

– To customize a house to the landscape, as I did with this brick villa high in Holmenkollen, does not mean that the building must have a traditional style expression. The important thing is to make the house belong to the place where it says, says architect Bengt Espen Knutsen to Bonytt.com

– And I think this villa does, no matter what kind of tag attached to it. Functionalistic, modern or other concepts.

Well-suited house

Stands out in Holmenkollen

A PLACE OF NATURAL EXPERIENCE: Daylight gets flood in the living room with mezzanine floor above. The fireplace is cleaned and is flat with the floor. When the evening comes, the fire is lit in the middle of the glass facade, right in front of the view of the capital. Photo: Jiri Havran

Stands out in Holmenkollen

GREAT VIEW FROM THE TOP: Here we look from the mezzanine floor and right into the living room with massive floors. Photo: Jiri Havran

Customizing a house for the landscape can take place in different ways. It can, among other things, subordinate to the environment – without losing independence.

Stands out in Holmenkollen

“If the exterior has meant a lot, the building is largely thought from inside out,” says architect Bengt Espen Knutsen. Photo: Jiri Havran

Stands out in Holmenkollen

The entire family lives on 11 square meters

Or you can create a contrast that emphasizes and emphasizes nature.

– All this is about making good architecture that is natural on the site, Knutsen emphasizes to Bonytt.com

Colors with strength give harmony to the place

– In this project all exterior colors are earth colors. And the idea behind this is that they should make the house stand harmonious to this particular landscape. Values ​​are not chosen for the house to subordinate, but they are picked out to have their own strength.

The main idea behind the building is that the three building volumes are gathering around an internal hall or square, which is open through two floors, says Knutsen.

– Adaptation to the mediocre has unfortunately appeared to be a point for some politicians and construction agencies for some time.

Here I chose to neutralize other buildings in the area by creating simplicity and weight in the new building, the architect extends.

Cube Shapes

– This is a striking example of how a skilled architect manages to utilize as simple building materials as the Leca block to create unique architecture, commenting Ole H. Krokstrand in the brick organization building cleaner. no.

Stands out in Holmenkollen

ONE RENT ROOM: The kitchen with the tight lines is characterized by clean surfaces and solid materials. Notice the long, narrow window over the worktop. Photo: Jiri Havran

Stands out in Holmenkollen

GET UPDOOR WITH STYLE: The staircase is also designed for it to mature the architecture otherwise in the house. Photo: Jiri Havran

VG`s Archival Criticist Lars Elton has, in a detailed newspaper article, characterized Bengt Espen Knutsen as a continuity architect who, during his career, has drawn a series of beautiful cabins and residential buildings.

Stands out in Holmenkollen

Is this Bærum’s coolest villa?

– They usually have a tight exterior with clear cubic shapes, says Elton to Bonytt. no

Daring architecture gave success

In the book Norwegian Architects; Bengt Espen Knutsen, who came in 2009 with pictures of Jiri Havran, writes author, Professor Einar Dahle, the following:

– In the steep terrain, three wall volumes strike upwards, each with their color. A tricolore in saturated earth colors: terracotta, marrone and oker, the expert believes.

Stands out in Holmenkollen

SOFISTKERT ENTRE: The hall is constructed in the same, tight style as the rest of the plant. Photo: Jiri Havran

Stands out in Holmenkollen

MORE ROOMS IN THE HIGH: Here you can see the living room with the mezzanine. In the background, the main room extends over several floors. Photo: Jiri Havran

– This composition is a success – and the concept bold.

Stands out in Holmenkollen

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Stands out in Holmenkollen

The villa looks like it floats

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Stands out in Holmenkollen

Snapshot: Bengt Espen Knutsen

Stands out in Holmenkollen

Baseline Photo: Bengt Espen Knutsen

Stands out in Holmenkollen

Baseline Photo: Bengt Espen Knutsen

Stands out in Holmenkollen

Baseline Photo: Bengt Espen Knutsen

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Stands out in Holmenkollen

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