SKOGFINSK MUSEUM

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LETH & GORI participated in the open international competition for Skogfinsk Museum in Svullrya, Norway with a proposal titled FIVE HOUSES. The proposal seeks to create a simple and characteristic building for Skogfinske Museum, with strong ties to the traditions of the skogfinske culture. The building consists of five individual houses; Røykstua, Ria, Fjøs, Badstue og Kokhus which together creates a coherent building structure framing an central open courtyard.

Concept diagramme

Concept diagramme

Site plan

Site plan

Plan drawing

Plan drawing

Axonometric sketch

Axonometric sketch

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Section

Section

Section

Illustration seen from the north

Illustration seen from the north

Illustration - east facade

Illustration – east facade

Interior - library space looking towards the lobby and cafe

Interior – library space looking towards the lobby and cafe

Interior exhibition

Interior exhibition

Interior - exhibition space looking towards courtyard

Interior – exhibition space looking towards courtyard

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Project: Skogfinsk Museum År: 2017 Client: Norsk Skogfinsk Museum  Type: Open international competition Program: Museum, café, library, administration, auditorium and archive Area: 2.200 m2 Architect: LETH & GORI  Team: Uffe Leth, Karsten Gori, Jonas Djernes-Bell, Emma Moberg, Vitus Bjerre og Talieh Kaveh Status: Idéa