The Barcode Project | Oslo, Norway | due to be completed in 2014

Colorful neighborhood Buildings of The Barcode Project reflect a sunset in Oslo on Nov. The row of new high-rise buildings are part of a redevelopment on former dock and industrial land in central Oslo, due to be completed in Mehr

Norwegian architects add pixelated tower to Oslo’s waterfront Barcode Project.

A-Lab adds pixelated tower to Oslo's new waterfront development

A-Lab adds pixelated tower with a hollow centre to Oslo's new waterfront development

Mad Building – Oslo, Norway

Not sure if it's a house but it is cool. Just hope the wind doesn't blow to hard MAD building – Oslo, Norway – MAD arkitekter Flatiron build.

Visma Building in Oslo, Norway's Barcode Project;  completed in 2011;  the 220 feet tall building is three ‘towers’ connected internally by large, three-story atriums, and the tallest tower has 17 floors;  designed by Dark Arkitekter AS

Visma Building in Oslo, Norway's Barcode Project; completed in the 220 feet tall building is three ‘towers’ connected internally by large, three-story atriums, and the tallest tower has 17 floors; designed by Dark Arkitekter AS

https://www.google.pl/search?q=Barcode Project / Lund Hagem Architects, Oslo

Barcode project - Opera Kvarteret designed by MAD arkitekter (Oslo), Dark Arkitekter (Oslo), A-Lab (Oslo), MVRDV (Rotterdam);

Deloitte Building, Oslo

Deloitte Building, Oslo

The Carve by A-Lab

A-Lab adds pixelated tower to Oslo's new waterfront development

A terrace appears to have been carved out of the pixelated body of this mixed-use building by A-Lab – part of Oslo's waterfront Barcode Project development.

MAD building | Oslo, Norway | MAD arkitekter

Gallery of MAD building / MAD arkitekter - 3

Image 3 of 18 from gallery of MAD building / MAD arkitekter. Photograph by Jiri Havran

DnB (Bank) Building A is under construction in Oslo, Norway's Barcode Project;  220 feet tall, with 17 floors;  designed by MVRDV

DnB (Bank) Building A is under construction in Oslo, Norway's Barcode Project; 220 feet tall, with 17 floors; designed by MVRDV

A huge terrace appears to have been carved out of the pixelated body of this mixed-use building in Oslo by Norwegian firm by A-Lab – one of the buildings that make up the city's waterfront Barcode Project.

A-Lab adds pixelated tower to Oslo's new waterfront development

The Carve - Oslo Barcode - ProdEX, Rustik - Projects - Prodema - Natural Wood Beauty

ProdEX 8mm. Rustik 4 - ProdEX, Rustik (Photo: Ivan Brodey)

The Carve - Oslo Barcode - ProdEX, Rustik - Projects - Prodema - Natural Wood Beauty

A group of buildings called the barcode project in Oslo, Norway. Pretty place!

A group of buildings called the barcode project in Oslo, Norway.

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