NTNU Gjøvik by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter

The simple geometric shape provides future possibilities for expansions.

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The new building for Gjøvik University College is a learning arena for knowledge and education. The project ties in with the existing learning environment of the university college and provides opportunities for the merging with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).

▼建筑外貌,view of the architecture


Through a simple geometry, the 5-storey building creates a dialogue with the existing structures of the established institution. Its orientation and footprint allows for further expansions. The vertical open circulation defines the heart of the building and contributes for a positive interaction and collaboration between the users. The building consists of workshops and labs on the ground floor, classrooms and auditorium on the first through third floors, and administration on the top story. Walkways to the adjacent buildings provides connections for the students and staff to access the shared auditorium and classrooms.

▼垂直交通空间在使用者之间建立了积极有效的合作与交流,the vertical open circulation contributes for a positive interaction and collaboration between the users

▼礼堂,the auditorium

▼与邻近建筑之间的连桥,the connections with the adjacent building

▼底层平面图,the ground floor plan

▼二层平面图,the first floor plan

▼三层平面图,the second floor plan

▼四层平面图,the third floor plan


2015 | NTNU Gjøvik
Type: Education, PUblic
Location: Gjøvik, Norway
Program: New educational facility for the University College of Gjøvik
Client: Statsbygg
Size: 5,000 m2
Commission type: Invited competition (2015), Completed (2017)
Design Team: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
Photo Credits: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, Statsbygg_Trond-Isaksen

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