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Award winning architects Kjetil Thorsen and Craig Dykers, co-founders of Norwegian architectural practice Snøhetta and designers of Oslo’s acclaimed new National Opera & Ballet House, will deliver the 2009 Royal Academy of Arts Annual Architecture Lecture on Monday 13 July.

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On Sunday 22 February we celebrate Fastelavn (Shrove Sunday), so why not enjoy the occasion with some Shrovetide buns, or as the Norwegians say; fastelavnsboller!

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Geir Skeie from Norway has won the prestigious gold trophy at Bocuse d’Or – the unofficial world championship for chefs.

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Following is a list of artist residency / fellowship programmes in the UK

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The architecture of Sverre Fehn (1924–2009) is a dialogue between the country and the landscape as he saw it, and his buildings are instilled with both natural and human qualities. He believed that a building should enhance the beauty of its setting.

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Along with several other spectacular buildings, Snøhetta’s Oslo Opera House is on the shortlist for the Brit Insurance Design Awards for architecture. The awards conicide with an exhibition at the Design Museum, which presents the finalists in numerous categories, including two other Norwegian contenders. 

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‘Oslo's Emerging Cityscape’, a new exhibition at London’s Oxo Tower Wharf, will present the award-winning Oslo Opera House and the urban regeneration scheme of Oslo’s seafront where numerous British and international firms are now competing to design the new Munch Museum and other buildings.

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A talk, organised by the Architecture Foundation, explorers Norway’s new gleaming landmark, the new Oslo Opera House, which is the largest cultural centre built in the country in 700 years, a sculptural work of art from architects Snøhetta.

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