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Adria Goula, Adam Mørk, Schnepp Renou

Our Readers’ Favourites: The Most Popular DETAIL-online Articles in October

In October, our readers were particularly enthusiastic about the following three articles: The new Munch Museum in Oslo, a Parish centre of cross-laminated timber in Denmark and finally, another Community Centre in Paris.

Thirteen Levels of Art: Munch Museum in Oslo

With this towering new museum building, Estudio Herreros has placed an exclamation mark on the banks of Oslo Fjord. Its opening was preceded by a long, complicated back story.
Client: City of Oslo
 
Architects: Estudio Herreros
 
Location: Tøyengata 53, 0578 Oslo

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Like a concertina in cross-laminated timber: Community centre by Nord Architects

In Brønshøj, Denmark, Nord Architects has realised a parish centre in an open form language. The multifunctional building built out of cross-laminated timber provides scouts and parishioners plenty of space for their communal activities. At the same time it brings about a new site situation that links a previously isolated church with city life.
Client: Brønshøj Parish Church Council
 
Architect: Nord Architects
 
Location: Brønshøj Kirkevej 4D, 2700 Brønshøj, Denmark (DK)

A Pink Wave: Community Centre by Graal

Athis-Mons is a small city 20 km south of Paris. As in so many of these de facto suburbs, the population has been growing significantly for years. In order to relieve the need for child care, the city commissioned a community centre directly adjacent to a primary school.

Client: Stadt Athis-Mons

Architects: Graal
 
Location: Athis-Mons (FR)

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