Nordic Artists’ Center in Dale (NKD)

Nordic Artists’ Center in Dale (NKD)


The Nordic Artists’ Centre is designed by the architects Haga & Grov from Stavanger, in collaboration with architects Hjeltnes and Egge. The project of Haga & Grov won a competition in 1992. Their design has been published world-wide in several books and magazines on architecture and has won the Houen prize, one of the most important prizes for contemporary architecture in Norway. The artists studios have common design making it possible to work with various techniques. The studio walls are white, floors are wooden and height to the ceiling is 5 meters. The studios have wireless internet access. Artists have access to the main workshop equipped for working with wood. The workshop is also furnished with welding equipment.


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