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Ivar Aasen Centre, Orsta, Norway. Architect: Sverre Fehn, 2000.

Ivar Aasen Centre, Orsta, Norway. Architect: Sverre Fehn, 2000.
:DBOR-0062-0032
: Restaurant looking towards the exterior. Ivar Aasen Centre, Orsta, Norway. Architect: Sverre Fehn, 2000.
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:3344 x 5016 pixels
:30/08/2018
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:David Borland/VIEW
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:Ivar Aasen Centre
:Ivar Aasen Centre, Orsta, Norway. Architect: Sverre Fehn, 2000.
:Indrehovdevegen
:Orsta
:Norway
:Sverre Fehn
:Culture And Entertainment
:Museum
:2000
:VIEW Architecture
:Sverre Fehn completed his striking building at the Ivar Aasen Centre in 2000, on the farm where Ivar Aasen was born. Housing exhibition spaces, offices, an auditorium and a restaurant, the building celebrates Aasen's journeys through Norway in the 19th century, and his creation of the written Nynorsk language, based on living dialects. The building is a remarkable example of form following function: Fehn wrote that “the space takes the form of entering between the pages of a book”. Fehn employed his trademark materials throughout: beautifully crafted shuttered concrete, warm wood and glass.
:Ivar Aasen Centre; architecture; culture; entertainment; Museum; Europe; Norway; Orsta; Indrehovdevegen; 2000; 21st Century; Sverre Fehn; Nobody; Full Frame; room view; day; interior; Ivar Aasen Museum; Nynorsk kultursentrum; Ivar Aasen-tunet; Norwegian; concrete; timber; Scandinavia; Scandinavian; Nordic; restaurant; window wall; view through; curved wall; wooden floor; seating; warmth
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:Room view
:Day
:Interior
:David Borland
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