There were a few swerves on the path to realising The Twist – but now it's built, the space makes for an ethereal gallery experience
Over the past 50 years, the Norwegian designer has liberated the human body from the tyranny of ‘correct posture’ and introduced the concept of dynamic sitting, writes Debika Ray
Perched on stilts high above a ravine, the primitive structures of the architect’s Allmannajuvet museum carry echoes of the area’s troubled past
The designer finds inspiration in the landscapes of western Norway to create natural furniture pieces of warmth and charm
The relaxed attitude to the destruction of the remote Arctic festival's main event space reflects the ethos of the year-long event, says Mandi Keighran
Large-scale wooden structures inspired by the traditional fish-drying racks of Norway are at the centre of a year-old arts festival on the Arctic island of Sandhornoy, which begins this weekend
For the past 12 years, the Pritzker laureate has been working on a cluster of museum buildings that lead to a disused zinc mine in a remote part of Norway. Christopher Turner visited the construction site in Almannajuvet to learn why it has taken so long
The Norwegian firm, which has offices in Oslo and New York, has built a few libraries, the latest for a university in North Carolina. It's also working on museums at Ground Zero, Lascaux and Dhahran in Saudia Arabia, writes Gwen Webber
The sweeping form of Snøhetta’s cancer care centre in Aberdeen is designed to calm, but the building lacks the warmth of some of its peers.
Link and Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s Northern Lights Cathedral in Norway is a space within which nature becomes a communal experience.
The Norwegian designer is the first non-Swede to have designed the bar at Stockholm Furniture Fair; it's the culmination of four years’ work to combine the abstract and concrete in lighting.
The Norwegian chemist specialises in capturing the smell of places and is passionate about the social implications of her unusual line of work.
In Vardø, an island at the most northeasterly point of Norway, Pritzker prize-winning architect Peter Zumthor and artist Louise Bourgeois collaborated on a monument to 91 witches burned at the stake in the 17th century