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    Havøysund Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

    • Hugo Jackman

      SELVIKAa project by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekterhavøysund, norway, completed 2012––––––––––––Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter: Selvika— The Norwegian studio has completed a beach access ramp that slows down the user, creating a measured, restrained approach to the landscape and allowing a heightened awareness of the surroundings.

    • Marc Sublet

      In the past five years Norway has given its architectural infrastructure a massive boost! Hopefully – we’ve all familiarized ourselves with their famed tourist rest stops, still in progress. The most recent development has been the curvy new Havoysund rest stop designed by Reiulf Ramstad. «

    • Katrina Gallegos

      Havøysund Tourist Route, a beachside cement construction, in Havøysund, Finnmark Norway | Reiulf Ramstad Architects

    • Kasper Birkeholm Munk

      Havøysund Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects. Secluded, organic seaside concrete beauty. In situ cast concrete - love it!

    • Vickie Lucas Hafer

      This walking ramp undulates like a ribbon. Havøysund Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

    • Buckley Jeppson

      How do you make a completely accessible structure from a highway to the beach? A series of wonderful flowing ramps. In Havøysund, in the north of Norway, Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter designed this beautiful, no maintenance structure. Whether you walk or maneuver your wheelchair, you must take your time to enjoy the subtle beauty of this near-lunar landscape. We need such creativity in more public projects here in the US.

    • Potsy S

      ‘Norway’s Havøysund Tourist Route is a beautiful concrete structure located in the High North where the country’s sprawling mountains meet the Arctic Ocean. Designed by Norwegian Architects, Reiulf Ramstad, the twisting structure is equal parts art and function by serving as an unconventional ramp leading visitors through the rugged terrain down to the water. It’s also one of Norway’s 18 national tourist attractions encouraging visitors and locals to slow down and take in the country’s natural beauty.’

    • John Berman

      stunning: Havøysund, Norway Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

    • Chris Burton

      Havøysund Tourist Route by Reiulf Ramstad Architects, Norway

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