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2018 – Volvo XC40 R-Design at Rostockgata in Oslo

2018 – Volvo XC40 at Rostockgata in Oslo

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

2017 – Volvo V40 at Rostockgata in Oslo

2017 – Volvo V40 at Rostockgata in Oslo

2018 – Rostockgata at Barcode in Oslo, Norway (Google Streetview)

2018 – Rostockgata at Barcode in Oslo, Norway (Google Streetview)

2018 – Rostockgata at Barcode in Oslo, Norway (Google Streetview)

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

The white building shown in the photos houses DNB NOR and is called DNB öst-bygget (east building).

DnB NOR Building. Architects: MVRDV, Dark Arkitekter and a-lab. Three buildings linked by a below-ground “street” area, with restaurants and other shared areas on the first and second floors.

Building A (east): 37,000 sq. m., architect: MVRDV and co-architects Dark Arkitekter. The center building and the new headquarters of the financial company. Offices will be grouped around voids and the exterior cladding will be 6-meter square “pixels.”

Building B (central): 22,500 sq. m. Architect: a-lab. The eastern building, on the longest site, will be set back behind a plaza on Dronning Eufemias gate and have offices on the lower floors, apartments with terraces on the upper floors.

Building C (west): 14 floors, 13,000 sq. m. Architect: Dark Arkitekter. The western DnB NOR tower will be stepped, with a restaurant, bar, and terrace on the top floor accessible from Dronning Eufemias gate. The building will be clad in glass reflective panels tilted at slightly differing angles to reflect different fractions of the surrounding scenery.[22][23] To open 2012.

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.

Barcode seen from The new Opera house

More information at en.wikipedia.org and kunsthalloslo.no.

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