The 'Bjarke Ingels' design firm recently unveiled plans to build a stunning art gallery in the heart of the Kistefos Sculpture Park. While art galleries are known for housing some of the world's most famous pieces of artwork, the buildings themselves can sometimes be equally as impressive.
The 'Kistefos Museum' will be located in the center of the Kistefos Sculpture Park, which is just outside of Oslo, Norway. The new museum will feature a twisted design that spans across the Randselva river. The building itself will serve as a gallery space for famous artwork, but it will also serve as a second river crossing for park visitors. The goal is to improve circulation in the park while showcasing beautiful artwork at the same time.
The stunning art gallery will serve as a unique focal point in the popular Norwegian park.
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