Espen Surnevik

Oslo / Norway

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Espen Surnevik
Espen Surnevik (1973) is a Norwegian contemporary Architect having his own architectural practice in Oslo but working with projects in a wide range and geographical area. Besides his practice he is also a teaching professor at the Oslo School of Architecture.

Espen Surnevik`s works stands in the Norwegian regional tradition, with a belief that site and culture provides a evident Architectural potential to a project either it should be located in the Sahara ore in the mountains of Andes. Espen Surnevik operates in a field where he views Architecture as a discipline of Art which have the ability to reach out to the emotional and intuitive feeling of man.

Based on the regional aspect, Espen Surnevik`s approach is not based on a style, but in a belief that every situation is unique, and therefore can create a new answer based on phenomenology. The projects local history, the local nature, the local climate, and the local materials becomes, in combination with the clients will and program, the inspirational force that the Architectonic approach runs out from.
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Espen Surnevik
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Espen Surnevik (1973) is a Norwegian contemporary Architect having his own architectural practice in Oslo but working with projects in a wide range and geographical area. Besides his practice he is also a teaching professor at the Oslo School of Architecture. Espen Surnevik`s works stands in the Norwegian regional tradition, with a belief that site and culture provides a evident Architectural potential to a project either it should be located in the Sahara ore in the mountains of Andes. Espen Surnevik operates in a field where he views Architecture as a discipline of Art which have the ability to reach out to the emotional and intuitive feeling of man. Based on the regional aspect, Espen Surnevik`s approach is not based on a style, but in a belief that every situation is unique, and therefore can create a new answer based on phenomenology. The projects local history, the local nature, the local climate, and the local materials becomes, in combination with the clients will and program, the inspirational force that the Architectonic approach runs out from.