Oslo Fire Station, Norway

Oslo fire station
Oslo fire station
Oslo fire station

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Oslo Fire Station, Norway

AFRY Ark Studio specified Charred Austrian Larch for the façade of the new Oslo Fire Station. The charred larch cladding boards were pre-treated with a fire retardant finish in the factory to conform with local Norwegian regulations. The charring technique gives a life expectancy of up to 80 years which is much, much longer than traditional untreated wood cladding boards.

Product: Charred Austrian Larch

Architect: AFRY Ark Studio

Photo: bygg.no

Oslo fire station
Oslo fire station

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