Oslo International School in Norway


Reading one of my new favourite blogs Arch Daily, I came across the cheery and modern Oslo International School in Norway by Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Architects.

It's a small private school with roughly 500 children from more than 50 different nations, divided into kindergarten, reception, primary and secondary school and includes special facilities for advanced studies. What lucky kids!


Comments

jacklyn said…
love love love this!
ColleenBaran said…
I know, isn't it marvelous! I'm besotted with a mix of colour and shapes lately.
I was at this school when it was Oslo American School back in 1972 to 1975. We lived across the street from the school on a farm. I loved Norway and the school. In the winter, they would flood the soccer field by the school and we would skate.
Anonymous said…
I was there from 1967-1972
wow! thanks for the pictures and taking me sooo far back in time.
Jackie wilson

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