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Hasle, Oslo


Conversion of the vinmonopolet's old production premises into housing and business


50 000 m2


Competition/Sketch project/Preliminary project


Project manager architecture Romfarer ark, responsible designer

Romfarer arkitekter AS

Responsible project architect/responsible applicant for culvert with access to basement parking




Høegh eiendom AS


Vibeke Thoresen Dahle, Harald Rønning, Ola Hoseth, Jørn Olav Ask, Kerstin Otterbein Nilsen, Kjersti Aase Winjum, Anke Müller, Benedicte Sofie Hoelsbrekken, Christian Schmitthenner, Fredrik Pedersen, Ida Johanne Andersen Ve, Marcus Runesson, Paal Clement Wenger Hagene



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Romfarer architects won a competition for the redesign of Vinmonopolet's old production premises in Hasle in 2011. The building was to contain housing, a hotel, a fitness centre, small businesses, business, catering and underground parking.

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Our goal was to retain the industrial character of the building while we transformed the building into a new use. One of the biggest moves was to manage to keep the steel columns visible in the building, these stand every 5 meters in a grid, and the transformation of the dense facade. New entrances gave the opportunity for greater openness in a previously closed building. The glass ceilings in the light gardens were preserved in two of the light gardens (a total of 4) above the trade and catering areas to create bright common areas and meeting places in the deep areas.


The brick strip around the building has been an important conservation factor for Byantikvaren. We replaced the demolition area after buildings 10 and 20, which faced Building 01 on the north-west side, with a glass facade. The high-seated original window strip that goes around the whole of Bygg 01 was also highlighted in this new glass facade. You can thus see the original rhythm of the windows around the entire building. High-set windows on the main facade were supplemented with lower-set window fields. Facades in the cross that extend 2 storeys above the main volume had windows added to the side of the existing ones at the same time as larger areas were taken out for internally glazed terraces.

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