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2018 – Volvo XC40 at Wismargata in Barcode in Oslo Norway

2018 – Volvo XC40 at Wismargata in Barcode in Oslo Norway

2018 – Volvo XC40 at Wismargata in Barcode in Oslo Norway

2018 – Volvo XC40 at Wismargata in Barcode in Oslo Norway

2018 – Volvo XC40 at Wismargata in Barcode in Oslo Norway

2018 – Volvo XC40 at Wismargata in Barcode in Oslo Norway

2018 – Volvo XC40 at Wismargata in Barcode in Oslo Norway (Making of… with Sam Christmas)

2018 – Volvo XC40 at Wismargata in Barcode in Oslo Norway (Making of… with Sam Christmas)

2018 – Volvo XC90 on Wismargata at Barcode in Oslo, Norway

2018 – Volvo XC90 on Wismargata at Barcode in Oslo Norway

2017 – Volvo V40 on Wismargata at Barcode in Oslo, Norway (photography by Marcel Pabst)

2017 – Volvo V40 on Wismargata at Barcode in Oslo, Norway (photography by Marcel Pabst)

2018 – Wismargata at Barcode in Oslo (Google Streetview)

2018 – Wismargata at Barcode in Oslo (Google Streetview)

2018 – Wismargata

Wismargata is a street in the Barcode area in Bjørvika, Oslo in Norway. The street runs between Trelastgata and Dronning Eufemias gate.

The black building shown in the photos houses DNB and is called DNB vest-bygget (west building).

2018 – DnB West Building by Dark Architects

The DNB west building has a powerful expression, with spectacular angles and a very special facade.
The façade is characterized by large, thick, square stones in matt, black granite, which can look like pixels at a distance. The building is built as a huge staircase, with several terrace plateaus.

Barcode seen from The new Opera house

The Barcode Project is a section of the Bjørvika portion of the Fjord City redevelopment on former dock and industrial land in central Oslo. It consists of a row of new multi-purpose high-rise buildings, that was completed in 2016. The developer is marketing the project as “The Opera Quarter.” There has been intense public debate about the height and shape of the buildings.

More information at no.wikipedia.org and darkarkitekter.no.

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