Lynghaugparken a finalist for the Norwegian Landscape Architecture Award 2023

The jury has evaluated parks, public spaces, streets, squares, school facilities, cemeteries, residential areas, and urban development projects from across the country, and has selected five finalists.

Lynghaugparken is a centrally located transformation project where climate adaptation and facilitation of self-organized activities are fundamental to its design. With minimal and targeted interventions in the existing landscape, an attractive and active area has been established for the enjoyment of the entire district.

Kenneth and Jeremy from Curve Studio designed the skatepark in the park, and Johan, while employed at Norconsult AS, served as the project manager and landscape architect for the project.

The Landscape Architecture Prize is an honorary award for landscape architecture that can contribute to elevating, renewing, and developing Norwegian landscape architecture. The prize is presented by the Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects on Landscape Architecture Day in Oslo on October 20th.

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