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What is it like to be an architecture intern? German architecture student Hannah Vette talks about her internship at KHR, where her professional expectations were exceeded and she appreciated the family atmosphere at the office.
Become part of Holmen's creative environment in a building where every office has a view of the water. Whether you are 2 or 45, we have room for you in our beautiful listed premises, which have been carefully renovated into a modern office environment. Stylish, functional furnishings are provided and we'll be happy to help you with interior design proposals to suit your needs.
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Going to Berlin soon? Then get inspired by KHR's architectural study tour with an intensive 3-day architecture programme through the German capital.
Berlin's history has given it a diverse architectural expression. The city is 9 times larger than Paris, and while districts like Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg have already undergone a huge transformation since the fall of the Wall, gentrification in peripheral areas like Wedding is still in its early stages. In other words, there's plenty of inspiration and perspective to be had if you're interested in architecture and urban development.
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The Health Building of the Year 2022 will now be the main focus of a new thesis, which will provide insight into how the new Sct. Hans is experienced and used in practice, and whether it is in line with the intentions behind it.
As an architect at KHR, Kristian has jumped straight from a German school project to a Norwegian hospital project - and it suits him just fine. He thrives on large, complex projects and finds that the cultural differences help to challenge his own methods and trigger good discussions. Read more about Kristian's background and motivation for working as an architect.
The second phase of the Haukeland Children's and Youth Hospital is nearing completion and the results are looking really good. See the pictures from our site visit and see for yourself how the healing architecture of Bergen is taking shape.