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Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter | Trollwall Restaurant

Architecture Reiulf Ramstad Architects | Trollwall Restaurant

Reiulf Ramstad Architects | Trollwall RestaurantIt’s a new cursor at the foot of the Troll Wall; The architecture of the new visitors`center next to E139 is an outcome of the sites` close connection to the impressive mountain wall, Europe’s tallest vertical, overhanging rock face in The Romsdal Valley. The Romsdal valley has some of the tallest, sheerest cliffs in Europe and is a popular place for BASE jumping including “birdmen” jumping off cliffs in Wingsuits! This location allows for an exciting setting for the new service- and information center.

Reiulf Ramstad Architects | Trollwall Restaurant

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Reiulf Ramstad Architects | Trollwall Restaurant

© Reiulf Ramstad Architects

Reiulf Ramstad Architects | Trollwall Restaurant

© Reiulf Ramstad Architects

RRAs proposal is carefully planned in relation to the Troll Wall. At the same time it is building a character and identity which in itself will be an attraction in the region. The building has a simple, though flexible plan, with a characteristic roof that has its character from the majestetic surrounding landscape. These simple ways of design gives the building its character and identity that makes the Service center an eye-catcher and an architectural attraction in the region.

Location: Trollveggen, Møre og Romsdal, Norway 
Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter  |  Reiulf Ramstad, Sunniva N Rosenberg, Christian Fuglset, Ragnhild Snustad, Atle Leira, Espen Surnevik
Photos: Reiulf Ramstad Architects
Project name: Trollwall Restaurant
Program: New restaurant and service building
Client: Private
Size: 700m2
Commission type: 1st price, Invited competition (2009)
Status: Under construction
Year: Completed summer 2011
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