|||||||The church’s cross-topped spire dominates the town below|The Oslo-based firm aimed to reinterpret Norway’s medieval stave churches|The church is on two levels, and drops down away from the road|A reinterpretation of the traditional rose window|A timber and stained-glass window mimics traditional tracery|Inset strip lighting follows the vertical order of the pine planks||
17 Apr 2015

Reiulf Ramstad’s angular church in Knarvik, Norway

Words by Jenny Brewer

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