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Monday, 01 October 2018 11:12

Norway - not only fjords

Norway - a country with a harsh climate associated by many with winter sports and the magnificent scenery of fjords. Towns such as Lillehammer and Trondheim attract large numbers of sports fans each year. However, Norway is much more than just fjords and sports facilities.

esigned by CEI Architecture, and built by Greyback Construction, great care was taken to emphasize and highlight the wood structure and finishing of the building, that completes its design and structural integrity.  Large amounts of wood are featured on exposed ceilings, and panels that separate the units on the deck, as well as throughout interior corridors, and the grand atrium and staircase, which connects the central lobby with the 2nd floor open foyer.