Date:  07 June 2013 - 27 June 2013
Category:  Exhibition

Atlas of The Unbuilt World

Deichman Library in OsloDeichman Library in Oslo

3 Norwegian architectural projects are part of the London Festival of Architecture exhibition Atlas of The Unbuilt World. The projects include the spectacular Vøringsfossen Bridge and the new Deichman Library in Oslo.

The exhibition is a result of British Council's collaboration with international partners such as the Royal Norwegian Embassy and Norsk Form. By showing projects that are not yet built it will offer a glimpse of how the built landscape is in fact taking shape - all around the globe.

70 (!) architectural models from around the world will be on display for visitors to investigate and compare. The exhibition will chart the architectural future of the many countries represented, featuring work by some of the most exciting practices and emerging studios picked from nearly every continent. Each model will encompass a project which will be constructed over the coming months or years.

The Norwegian projects that are part of the exhibition are Vøringsfossen Footbridge by Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk, Cabin Norderhov by Atelier Oslo and Deichmanske library by Lund Hagem Architects and Atelier Oslo.

Atlas of the Unbuilt World
7 - 27 June

The Bartlett School of Architecture
Royal Ear Hospital

Corner of Huntley Street and Capper Street
London WC1E 6AP

Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 12 - 5pm

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