'Klemet' is an Architectural Representation of Norwegian Legend

 - Dec 13, 2013
References: b-ark.no & blog.gessato
Local Norwegian architectural firm Bjørnådal Arkitektstudio has recently completed a design that features an environmentally friendly theater named 'Klemet' located in the valley of Hemnes in Norway; located far away from the hustle and bustle of urbanity. The outdoor theater obtained its name from a leader of spiritual influence and ancient hero of the fine arts called Klemet who was a powerful sami shaman that lived on the same land the theater was built on.

The 'Klemet' Environmental Theater is a tribute to the life of the urban legend. Through a display of architecture and performing arts, the outdoor theater represents Klemet's legacy by celebrating and remembering. The installation is made of recycled wood for two frame towers which are located near the border of the outer stage, designed to project light and sound onto the audience to represent the Shaman's drum sticks rising from the ground.