Oslo's Skyline Gets Crystalized With Project 'Crystal Clear'

By: Shelby Lee Walsh - Published: Jul 7, 2009 • References: cfmoller
The aesthetic attributed to Nordic architecture is being pushed to its very limits with the transformation of Oslo's Skyline. The modern architectural buildings pictured here are crystalline skyscrapers designed by Danish architects C.F.Møller and Norwegian practice Kristin Jarmund Arkitekter.

These architects were awarded first prize in a competition to think up an innovative concept for three office towers. The project, entitled Crystal Clear, won them the competition with its “prismatic cubes with clear jagged edges that emerge from the ground and gracefully stretch upward, illuminating the majestic northern sky.”

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