PROJECT STORIES is an architecture talk series which takes an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the stories of built projects to offer an insight into the nature of architectural practice today.
PROJECT STORIES #11
Manthey Kula is an Oslo-based architecture office working with private and public commissions led by Beate Hølmebakk and Per Tamsen.
The office portfolio ranges from transformations, private houses, small industrial and public buildings, exhibition design and landscape installations to speculative projects and national monuments.
Manthey Kula works carefully with sites, concepts, form, and construction. The office specializes in identifying the inherent potential of every project, always adding new value by unique design that respects both the environment and the brief.
Manthey Kula’s work is internationally awarded and widely published. Both founding partners have received the prestigious Prince Eugene Medal for outstanding artistic achievement.
Project Stories #11 is co-hosted by the Bergen School of Architecture (BAS) and Bergen Arkitektforening (BAF). The series is curated by Cristian Stefanescu (Assistant Professor, BAS).
Manthey Kula | Forvik Ferry Terminal