워터프론트 랜드마크 estudio herreros' new munch museum in oslo set to open this fall

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designed by spanish architectural firm estudio herreros, the new munch museum by oslo‘s waterfront is set to open this fall. its design is based on the idea of a tower-shaped museum, measuring 60 meters in height. the exterior is clad in recycled, perforated aluminium panels of varying degrees of translucency, while its distinctively leaning top section marks the building a highly visible landmark from all sides.

the foundation stone for estudio herreros’ new munch museum was laid autumn 2016 in oslo’s bjørvika neighborhood, after a long debate on both design and location. ‘edvard munch is about not accepting conventional rules, about fighting against opposition, about never giving up,’ notes juan herreros, founding partner of the spanish architecture practice. ‘the building is there, it has a powerful presence, and it is part of the city. it says, “okay, here I am. I hold the legacy of the most important artist in norway’s history, and I gaze entranced at oslo and the fjord because it is the city and its collective dreams that have built me.”‘

name: new munch museum

architect: estudio herreros

location: bjørvika, oslo, norway

the main functions of the museum are organized vertically along its sixty meters of height, while its distinctively leaning top section transforms the building into a landmark for the area. the large number of gallery spaces allows for wide variations in ceiling heights and room sizes, enabling optimum spaces to be allocated for both permanent and temporary exhibitions. the museum’s collection consists of more than 42.000 works of art and objects that are being moved from the old to the new museum building, while over 220 munch works will be on display at the opening this fall.


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