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National Museum of Oslo, Norway

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29. November 2021

National Museum of Oslo, Norway

The building

The National Museum of Oslo will be open for visitors in 2022, and holds, conserves, exhibits and promotes national and international extensive collections of art, architecture, and design. Over 100,000 works will be exhibit at the museum, and will mix old and new art, dating from the 1830’s and up until today. The museum is in The City Hall Square in Oslo and will be the largest cultural Centre in Scandinavia.

Choice of floor solution

In such a large project as the National Museum Oslo, it is crucial to choose a durable, high-quality floor so that it can withstand many years of heavy traffic. At HØRNING, we are of course proud to once again be chosen and confirmed that we are the right supplier of solid wood floors for large international projects.

https://www.nasjonalmuseet.no/

Photo: Ina Wesenberg

Name of project
National Museum of Oslo
Location
Oslo, Norway
Year of construction
2022
Architect
Kleinhus+Schuwerk
Product
Plank, End Grain Floor, Parquet Block
Wood species
Oak
Total m2 delivered
11,500

NB:The images of wood types are not grading images

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