Scandic Vulkan

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26. June 2018

Scandic Vulkan

The building

The hotel is part of the Vulkan area that extends along Akerselva – fra Brennerivia to the Architecture College, between St.Hanshaugen and Grünerløkka. The Vulkan area is Oslo’s creative hotspot and is a setting for designers, artists, architects and an extensive student environment.

Choice of floor solution

A successful hotel means lots of people coming and going – 24/7, 365 days a year. This requires a decent floor that is strong enough to last for a long time. The client and architect chose our Chevron flooring solution in oak: not only for its look, but also on the basis of our proven experience of artisanal refinement and production of solid high quality floors for environments with a high degree of traffic for and continuous load. We have persistently perfected our carpentry skills for almost 100 years and repaid the trust with a floor solution that holds.

Name of project
Scandic Vulcan
Maridalsveien 13, Oslo, Norge
Year of construction
Niels Torp Arkitekter
Wood species
Total m2 delivered


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