Spectacular new landmark in Oslo

C F Moller Architects, in collaboration with Kristin Jarmund Arkitekter, has won a major competition to design a spectacular new landmark in the port city of Oslo for one of Norway’s largest property investors. The project, which has been dubbed ‘Crystal Clear’, consists of three towers which grow organically from the ground to form a sculptural cluster and are composed of stacked, prismatic volumes. The development totals approximately 90,000 sq. metres of offices, commercial space and possibly housing, located at one of Oslo’s most valuable sites.

‘Crystal Clear’ ties in with the city’s skyline and the string of developing landmark projects that will help turn Oslo into one of Europe’s most modern capitals. Partner and architect at C F Moiler, Mads Mandrup Hansen, states, “Crystal Clear is a unique proposal for a modern Nordic cluster of towers, a Norwegian urban rock that in an exciting way adds to the city’s strategic endeavour to interlace the town and port into a contemporary and lively waterfront, and at the same time fulfils the client’s vision to build the most groundbreaking high-rise offices in Scandinavia.

“We are proud that Crystal Clear once again gives us the chance to contribute a significant new project to the city of Oslo, strengthening our position in Norway and demonstrating the broad spectre of skills our office possesses.” The Crystal Clear project is expected to be completed within three to five years.

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