arne ingvaldsen  /visual artist/  

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Last update 15.06.2016.

Commission for an office building. Nonneseter, Bergen, Norway.
Project for the entrance hall -  2008.
 

The northern entrance

 
 


When you pass by a naked or nearly naked tree you may experience the constant changing of forms: trunk, branches and twigs always entering new constellations.

You believe you  observe the tree, but what you sense is really the movement of the body in space: Yourself.
 

 


This building houses the regional tax offices.

 Their work constitutes a complicated system.
I wanted to make a kind of system, too, but also to give it some life-giving features of a tree: making the visitor want to move in space, to look through it, to walk around, to look more.
 
Seeing the consequences of his or hers own steps.
 
Walking around the form one experiences different constellations in a lively interplay between coloured overlapping stripes.


 

The entrance hall

 

Entrance hall: side view
 

Entrance hall: side view
 

The southern entrance
 

Detail view
 

 





Colour scheme: Colour changes as one walks around

Materials: welded steel, sandblasted  and spraypainted.

Size: 5x7x3 meters approx.
 


 

Builder

Entra Eiendom AS

Architects:

Solheim Jacobsen, DARK ark. AS, Oslo

 

TO PLUSS TO, arkitekter MNAL, Oslo

Interior architects:

Photographer

EKE, Bergen

Øystein Klakegg, Bergen




 



 


 

 

 

 

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