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I attended a lecture by Todd Saunders yesterday. So I thought I would share some projects of his.

Squish Studio by Saunders Architecture

Squish Studio by Saunders Architecture

Squish Studio by Saunders Architecture

Squish Studio

I like the contrast between the unfamiliar shape in the landscape and the familiarity of the materials to the region. Both simple and elegant.

The Long Studio by Saunders ArchitectureThe Long Studio, Fogo Island

Solberg Tower & Parks by Saunders Architecture - Dezeen

Solberg Tower & Parks by Saunders Architecture - DezeenSolberg Tower & Parks

Torngasok Cultural Centre by Saunders Architecture

Torngasok Cultural Center by Saunders Architecture - Dezeen

Torngasok Cultural Centre

The Stegastein Viewing Platform by Saunders Architecture - Dezeen

The Stegastein Viewing Platform

(view more here about the Aurlandsfjellet Tourist Route )

Hardanger Retreat - Saunders Architecture

Hardanger Retreat – a self-initiated, self-built and self-financed project. With Tommie Wilhelmsen

Via Dezeen & Saunders Architecture.

Jag hittade dessa bilder på Dezeen när jag egentligen letade efter något annat.

Det är ett av de senaste byggnadsprojekten i utvecklingen av de norska turistvägarna. Jag har sett många bilder av de olika turist attraktionerna de senaste åren och har ofta drömt om att få åka dit. År 2015 kommer det att finnas 200 färdigställda projekt.

De flesta är verkligen helt fantastiska projekt som låter en uppleva det norska landskapet på så många olika sätt. Arkitekturen förstärker verkligen upplevelsen av den omgivande naturen.

I came across this when I was looking for something else on Dezeen. It’s one of the latest additions to the development of the tourist routes in Norway. I’ve seen a lot of images of these different tourist attractions over the last couple of years and often dreamt of going there. In 2015 there will be 200 realized projects.

Most of them are absolutely amazing projects which enables you to experience the Norwegian landscape in so many different ways. The architecture really enhances the surrounding nature.

Havøysund Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects:

 Havøysund Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

 Havøysund Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

 Havøysund Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

Via Dezeen.

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Reiulf Ramstad Architects have also made this addition to Geiranger-Trollstigen tourist route:

Trollstigen by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

Trollstigen by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

Trollstigen by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

Trollstigen-by-Reiulf-Ramstad-Architects

Trollstigen-by-Reiulf-Ramstad-Architects

Trollstigen-by-Reiulf-Ramstad-ArchitectsTrollstigen by Reiulf Ramstad Architects - Dezeen

1-3: Photos from Landezine.

4-7: Photographs by diephotodesigner. Via Dezeen.

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Och här är några andra projekt längs de norska turist rutterna: / And here are some other projects along the norwegian tourist routes:

Aurlandsfjellet Tourist Route –  The Stegastein Viewing Platform (the first completed project on the route) designed by architects Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen.

The Stegastein Viewing Platform

Stegastein Viewing Platform

Architect Lars Berge later added a toilet stop to the same route:

 Lars Berge -Toilet stop

Via Dezeen.

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Sohlbergplassen Viewpoint by Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk:

Sohlbergplassen Viewpoint by Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk, Atnasjön, Norway

Sohlbergplassen Viewpoint by Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk:

Landezine

Sohlbergplassen Viewpoint by Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk

Photos from Landezine.

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Ørnesvingen by 3RW Arkitekter:

Ørnesvingen by 3RW Arkitekter

Ørnesvingen by 3RW Arkitekter

Ørnesvingen by 3RW Arkitekter

Ørnesvingen by 3RW Arkitekter:

Photos from Landezine.