The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History is on the hunt for an architect to regenerate its home on the Bygdøy peninsula in Oslo
Planned to complete in 2018, the project will create a new entrance, gallery and central lift inside the museum’s main building.
First opened in 1894, the institute – also known as the Norsk Folkemuseum – features a selection of artifacts alongside more than 150 historic buildings which have been reconstructed on the site.
Other attractions on the Bygdøy peninsula include the Viking Ship Museum, Kon-Tiki Museum and Norwegian Maritime Museum.
Applications for the regeneration project must be completed in Norwegian and the deadline for requests to participate is 26 September.
How to apply
Postbox 720, Skøyen
Tel: +47 22123700