Munch Museum, Oslo (in construction)
Munch Museum, Oslo (in construction)

Munch Museum, Oslo (in construction)


The New Munch Museum is located next to the Opera House by Snøhetta, on the shores of the Oslo Fjord. This work of the Madrid studio of Juan Herreros won the international competition convened in 2009 to replace the previous gallery of the Norwegian artist – inaugurated in 1963 and five times smaller. The building is divided into two differentiated parts in terms of program and material: one is built with a metallic structure and the other with concrete, and both are wrapped in an undulating skin of translucent and perforated aluminum. The construction’s area is 26,313 m² and its height 58 meters, with thirteen floors and eleven exhibition halls. The museum will open its doors to the public in June 2020...[+]

Cliente Client: Oslo Kommune

Arquitectos Architects
estudioHerreros Juan Herreros & Jens Richter

Responsable del proyecto Project director
Gonzalo Rivas

Equipo de proyecto Project Team
Beatriz Salinas, Carlos Lozano, Andrea Molina, Ana Torrecilla, Carlos Ramos, Iván Guerrero, María Franco, Raúl García, Frank Müller, Víctor Lacima, Carmen Antón, Ramón Bermúdez, Paola Simone, Margarita Martínez, Luis Berríos-Negrón, Spencer Leaf, Verónica Meléndez, Xavier Robledo, Ricardo Robustini, Paula Vega

Oficina local Local office

Consultores Consultants
Kulturplan Bjørvika: Multiconsult | Hjellnes Consult | Brekke & Strand Akustikk (ingeniería general general engineering); Pål A Thomas, Florian Kosche, Morten Ødegård (ingeniería estructural structure engineering); Asplan Viak (sostenibilidad sustainability); Bollinger + Grohmann (fachadas, proyecto básico facades, basic project); ARUP (fachadas, anteproyecto facades, proposed draft); IDOM (ingeniería, concurso engineering, competition); Rambøll Norge (telecomunicaciones telecommunications); COWI (seguridad security); Thorbjörn Andersson (paisajista, concurso landscape, competition)

Fotos Photos
Tove Lauluten, Stefan Offergaard (Byggeindustrien), Thomas Horgen (Høyden AS), Adriá Goula, estudioHerreros, Mark Meyer