Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion


The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion has just been completed in Dorve, Norway. The pavilion provides a panoramic view of the beautiful Norwegian mountain scape, as well as a place for visitors to observe any reindeer herds that just happen to wander by.

Designed by Oslo-based Snohetta, the stunning structure takes its interior inspiration from the forms of eroded rocks and it’s made up of 10 inch wood beams that have been milled away to produce the wave-like effect. The incredible design was shortlisted for a display award by the World Architecture Festival.









Snohetta’s Website
via [Designboom]



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