Ferstad Farm Distillery | Bergersen Arkitekter

Trondheim / Norway / 2017

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On the outskirts of Trondheim in Norway lies the farm Ferstad, and old A-listed baroque farm with a well-kept mansion, a barn and several smaller buildings. Situated on the compound is an old ruin where there used to be a farm distillery. Within the ruin walls we have designed a new building in close collaboration with antiquarian authorities, that will be used as a banquet hall and as a farm distillery and brewery. The concept for the building is three-fold, a bit like a Chinese box: The outermost layer is the old stone ruin, then comes a layer of clay pebbles, isolation and a concrete/LECA wall that supports the ruin and defines the inner room, and lastly there are the loadbearing timber frames that hold the new roof. The wooden roof construction is given a light expression and seem to float above the ruin walls with seamless glass panels running all the way around between the two.

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    On the outskirts of Trondheim in Norway lies the farm Ferstad, and old A-listed baroque farm with a well-kept mansion, a barn and several smaller buildings. Situated on the compound is an old ruin where there used to be a farm distillery. Within the ruin walls we have designed a new building in close collaboration with antiquarian authorities, that will be used as a banquet hall and as a farm distillery and brewery. The concept for the building is three-fold, a bit like a Chinese box: The...

    Project details
    • Year 2017
    • Work started in 2015
    • Work finished in 2017
    • Main structure Mixed structure
    • Client Riis Eiendom AS
    • Contractor Riis Eiendom AS
    • Cost $ 500 000
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Country houses/cottages / Pavilions / Private clubs/recreation centres / Building Recovery and Renewal
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