Barcode in Oslo, Norway

Barcode in Oslo, Norway, photographed straight up by Cameron R Neilson

One of the newest neighborhoods in Oslo is the Barcode Project. My host, Melissa Hegge, whose number one awesome design blog you should check out http://www.ideastosteal.com turned me on to this area.

The exciting architecture create fun shapes when looking straight up and I was very happy to see the Barcode Project. A quick check on wikipedia explains that this area is also a bit controversial amongst some residents of Oslo for the odd shaped buildings. Time will tell, but I like them today. This was photographed on my first day in Norway where it rained almost the entire day. Luckily I found a little shelter from the rain and was able to make this shot before getting too wet.

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One Response to The Barcode area in Oslo, Norway

  1. ArchDaily says:

    Hello, I am an editorial assistant for ArchDaily and would like to speak with you about publishing these images from your trip to Oslo, specifically the Barcode Project in an article that were are writing on Oslo’s changing architecture.

    Please contact me as soon as possible if you are interested.

    Irina

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