LØVSETH+PARTNER | Competitions

Competitions

Telemark Art Center

Location: Skien

Client: Skien Municipality

Winner draft 2009, rebuilding realized

 

Added buildings and rebuilding of older bank buildings to art exhibitions.

 

Apartment blocks at Ensjø

Location: Oslo

Client: Skanska and FERD

Draft 2009

 

Greater residential project for Ensjøbyen

 

South Sami Center

 

Location: Snåsa Municipality

Client: Statsbygg

Draft 2007

 

Museum buildings for South Sami culture.

 

Førde Art Museum

 

Location: Førde, Sogn and Fjordane County

Client: Sogn and Fjordane County, Førde Municipality

Collaborator: Dyrvik Architects

Draft 2005

 

Art museum and residential expansion in Førde city center.

 

Swimming facility in Kristiansand

 

Location: Kristiansand

Client: Kristiansand Municipality

Collaborator: Dyrvik Architects

Draft 2005

 

A new swimming facility was planned close to the city beach in Kristiansand

 

 

 Bøler Church

 

Location: Østensjøvannet, Oslo

Collaborator: Reiulf Ramstad

3rd prize 2004

 

 

The property is a hill that can be seen from a far distance. At the top are the sacred church rooms, in the floor below the church house and at the bottom is the nursery. The grave chapel is located towards a common church square with bell tower.

 

Trondheim Square

 

Location: Trondheim

Client: Trondheim municipality

Honorable mention 2003

 

The Trondheim Square was going to be renewed without car traffic.

 

Øystese culture center

 

Location: Hardanger County

Architect: Lunde & Løvseth

Size: 1.200 m2

Draft 2003

 

At an old art museum a small concert hall and art exhibition museum was going to be built. The building faces the Hardanger Fjord with a U-shaped atrium with the old museum in the center.

 

Oslo Palace Square

 

Location: Oslo Palace

Client: Statsbygg

Architect: Lunde & Løvseth

Winner draft

Project status: Pre-project 1995

 

The draft is a combination of the current triangular space form and palace architect Linstow’s original rectangular space. After significant negative media coverage from art historians, the project was stopped despite the granting of funding.