Gallery: Undulating Green-Roofed Hotel Opens in Norway

 
JDS Architects recently announced the grand opening of their latest project - the Two Seasons Hotel situated in the center of Stavanger, Norway. Appearing almost like an M.C. Escher drawing from above, the square building is crowned with an undulating green roof that dips towards the historic section of town and rises dramatically on the far side to address a nine-story apartment tower. The new hotel has 194 rooms and was designed and built on top of an existing parking garage.

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  1. cristy May 10, 2012 at 4:39 am

    this is super cool…. provision of relavent images helped in understanding even more….:))

  2. Modern Green-Roofed Hom... November 23, 2010 at 11:31 am

    […] with the three houses in a row that are partially built into the ground and partially raised up. Sloping green roofs angle towards the road, helping to reduce the project’s visual impact, while the back houses […]

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