Although I feel that the Eriksen Skajaa Architects ‘Shuffle’ community seems a bit too uniform, I do like the effect of the jagged rooftops and even its pristine white exteriors. Having won first prize at the Europan 10 Competition, it appears that others felt that way as well.
To be located in Oslo, Norway, the Eriksen Skajaa Architects ‘Shuffle’ community explores “low rise/high density urban planning as a way to reinforce local identity,” according to PlusMood.com. Check out the gallery above to see if you think it deserved first place.
The Eriksen Skajaa Architects 'Shuffle' Wins at Europan 10 Competition
1. Jagged-top Buildings - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Design and construct buildings with jagged rooftops to create unique and visually striking architectural experiences.
2. Low Rise/high Density Urban Planning - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop innovative low-rise building designs that maximize urban density while reinforcing local identity.
3. Community-driven Architectural Competitions - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Organize architectural competitions to bring out fresh design ideas and promote community involvement in urban planning.
1. Architecture - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Architects can explore unconventional building designs and materials to create visually stunning and environmentally friendly structures.
2. Urban Planning - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Urban planners can focus on low-rise, high-density developments that foster a sense of local identity and community.
3. Construction - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Construction companies can adopt innovative construction techniques to bring unique and cutting-edge architectural designs to life.