Jagne Faltmilton Has a Master Plan for Andalsnes, Norway

By: Francis Tiangson - Published: Jan 4, 2011   Updated: Jul 5 2011 • References: jagnefaltmilton & trendland.net
Jagne Faltmilton -- a Swedish architecture firm -- presented an interesting concept for a competition to design a master plan for Andalsnes, Norway. What sets their boxy designs apart from the rest is that they are able to move around!

The concept that Jagne Faltmilton proposed includes rolling buildings that utlize existing rail roads. Along with housing, a rolling hotel, public bath and even a concert hall was included.

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