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New home for Norwegian Olympic Museum

New home for Norwegian Olympic Museum

Mather & Co is to design the new home of the Norwegian Olympic Museum, which will celebrate the country’s position as ‘the cradle of skiing’ and its success in Winter Olympic sports.

The consultancy will be responsible for re-designing and reinterpreting the museum’s existing collections to appeal to new and existing audiences, when the museum moves from its current Håkons Hall site to Maihaugen.

The museum will use key audio-visual displays to tell the story of the 1952 Olympic Games in Oslo and the 1994 Games in Lillehammer as well as taking the audience through the history of the Olympic Games from Ancient Greece to present day. The Scandinavian influence is tipped to be at the heart of the design with the central feature taking inspiration from the iconic ski jump at the Lillehammer games and aurora borealis lighting features to reflect the Norwegian landscape.

Visitors will also be able to transport themselves to the opening ceremonies and experience what it is like to be an athlete as they go ‘inside the race’.

The new project will coincide with the opening of the Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer in February 2016.



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