The Latter Meets the Past
Highly influenced by the Brutalist style in the 1950s, Bergen City Hall is a building of cultural and historical significance in Norway. When corrosion has been detected, a series of extensive renovations were started prolonging the building’s life by half a century.
With the desire to create a more people-centered government, the employees' concept of a functional workplace has been envisioned by the leadership and was immediately actualised. This brought forth a restored but preserved architectural masterpiece.
Grape Design, our creative partner for this project, innovated this 1960s Scandinavian-inspired interior through the precise calculation of our Edge Bespoke Ceiling Baffles in the shade of Warm Stone. This predominantly calm colour blended well with other tones used throughout the building suggesting the period when the furnishings were constructed.