Kvorning Design and Bright Norway create the winner concept for the new Hurtigruten Museum at Stokmarknes in Vesterålen in Norway.
Since 1983, Hurtigruten has been an integral part of life in northern Norway, tying cities and communities together, carrying goods and people over the nation’s number one highway: The ocean.
Brynjar Pettersen, Department Director, Vesterålen, Museum Nord, representing project owner Museum Nord and Lina Vibe, Head of Unit, Hurtigruten Museum in Museum Nord and Project Manager, Museum Nord, comment the winner concept –
‘After a thorough and good process we feel convinced that Kvorning/Bright delivered the best exhibition concept for the new Hurtigruten Museum that is planned to open in 2020. We look forward to the co-operation, fully aware that the coming year will be extremely exciting!’
Lind arkitektur and Multiconsult created the winner concept for the new building that will house the new museum.
The turn key exhibition was won in international competition.
The consortium Bright Norway and Kvorning Design & Communication win turnkey exhibition for Museum Hurtigruten, Norway, in international competition.
For more than 100 years, Hurtigruten has been an integral part of life in northern Norway, tying cities and communities together, carrying goods and people over the ocean.
The Museum Hurtigruten is located in Stokmarknes. The city of founder of Hurtigruten, Richard With. The museum is part of Museum Nord.