A Norwegian piece of beauty

This information- and service center by Norwegian Reiulf Ramstad architects is situated at the foot of the Troll Wall in the wild, Norwegian landscape, and was completed in the summer of 2011. The architecture is obviously influenced by the powerful characteristics of the surroundings, but because of its large glass walls which reflects the sky and the landscape, it is in one way an independent structure working together with its surrounding elements, rather than fighting for the attention as a separate element on the site.

Via http://www.architecturelover.com/2012/02/troll-wall-restaurant-by-reiulf-ramstad-architects/ and http://www.reiulframstadarkitekter.no/projects.asp?menu=projects&category=commercial&submenu=&IDwork=147&page=11&IDimage=997#

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