Residences Bjørnveien 119. C.F. Møller. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

Residences Bjørnveien 119

A small-housing development, eight houses in total, make up this complex situated at the edge of Oslo’s suburbs and city center. A mix of detached houses, row houses and apartments form the concept to create inventive row houses that could meet a range of different needs. Versatility, multiple exterior spaces, communal courtyard, submersed parking, and balconies are just some of the features.
 Residences Bjørnveien 119. C.F. Møller. Photo: Nils Petter Dale
Facts

Client

Backe Prosjekt as

Address

Oslo, Norway

Size

1868 m² inkl. parking area (8 houses)

Year

2001-2006

Construction

Bøhmer Entreprenør AS v/ Thorbjørn Boman og Eivind Berge

Engineering

Will Arentz AS, Solarnor AS

Architect

Dahle/Dahle/Breitenstein AS (Since 2012 the project is part of C.F. Møller Architects references)

Landscape

Dahle/Dahle/Breitenstein AS w/Asker & Bærum Grøntmiljø AS

Collaborators, other

Aventa AS v/ John Rekstad

Awards
Awards
  • NSWs Jubileumspris. 2008
  • Byggherreprisen. 2007
  • Sundts premie. 2006

All homes have multiple aspects, with panoramic windows and skylights. The layouts are flexible, with rooms that can serve many purposes. The atriumhouses feature a small double-height interior glazed courtyard. On the south elevation, 100 m2 of solar panels are integrated, which provide hot water and a quarter of the homes heating energy demands.

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