Powerhouse, Telemark, Norway

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Powerhouse, Telemark, Norway

The newly built Powerhouse in Telemark is the region’s new landmark construction.

Norwegian architects Snøhetta specialise in designing carbon-negative buildings meaning that they will generate more energy than they consume over the course of their lifetime. The integration of thermally modified pine slats into the exterior was a key part of achieving the Powerhouse’s carbon-negative status.

Product: Thermally modified pine balusters

Architects: Snøhetta

Contractor: Moelven Wood Projekt

Photography: Jeanett Teigen

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