RODEO ARCHITECTS

Climate-adaptive Housing, Bolsøya

1.00
bolsøya-asterix.jpg
væretimorgen.jpg
Bolsøya sett fra øst.jpg
Bolsøya illustrasjonsplan.jpg
modell.jpg
plattformhuset.jpg
tårnhuset.jpg

Climate-adaptive Housing, Bolsøya

1.00

Type: Commission
Client: Private/Norwegian State Housing Bank
Program: Residential
Size: 3000 m2
Location: Molde, Norway
Status: Ongoing

Team: Ivar Lyngner, Henning Sunde, Jørn Are Berge, Christian Gauss, Laurence Antelme
Collaborator: Sintef

Rodeo is currently developing a masterplan for 20 housing units at a site on Bolsøya outside of Molde. Situated on the West Coast of Norway, the site has exposed, rough weather conditions and, with expected climate change, the future will only bring more and heavier rain, stronger winds and potential damage on the built environment.

The goal of this project is to create climatic robust architecture, where the buildings are placed, shaped and detailed based on the specific local climate of today and the future.

With support from the Norwegian State Housing Bank we have undertaken a mapping and analysis of topography, climate and regional traditional construction methods and housing patterns.

Based on the findings we have developed four conceptual building designs, which explore ideas on how to address differently the challenges. These conceptual designs – “the Fantastic Four” - are currently on display at the exhibition “under40” by The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design.

Add To Cart

Type: Commission
Client: Private/Norwegian State Housing Bank
Program: Residential
Size: 3000 m2
Location: Molde, Norway
Status: Ongoing

Team: Ivar Lyngner, Henning Sunde, Jørn Are Berge, Christian Gauss, Laurence Antelme
Collaborator: Sintef

Rodeo is currently developing a masterplan for 20 housing units at a site on Bolsøya outside of Molde. Situated on the West Coast of Norway, the site has exposed, rough weather conditions and, with expected climate change, the future will only bring more and heavier rain, stronger winds and potential damage on the built environment.

The goal of this project is to create climatic robust architecture, where the buildings are placed, shaped and detailed based on the specific local climate of today and the future.

With support from the Norwegian State Housing Bank we have undertaken a mapping and analysis of topography, climate and regional traditional construction methods and housing patterns.

Based on the findings we have developed four conceptual building designs, which explore ideas on how to address differently the challenges. These conceptual designs – “the Fantastic Four” - are currently on display at the exhibition “under40” by The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design.