12.05.2019Europan 2nd Prize

We were announced official runner-up in the competition to design a new urban area in the centre of Raufoss, Norway, creating better connections between the city and its large industrial park. We will meet with the local municipalities again in the coming year. The jury wrote: «The proposal This Must Be the Place celebrates a modernist past of rationality and scale that connects well to the industrial heritage of the place. The aesthetics of the built elements seduces with clever and modest architecture (...). The phasing of the proposal is uncomplicated and provides a reasonable strategy for the municipality.» The project was done with colleague at AHO, Andreas Kalstveit, and with help from Louis Gervais.

08.01.2019Regular contributor to Mur+Betong

My article on the prevailing influence of architectural rationalism as a style has been published in the magazine Mur+Betong no.2 - 2019.

The article is the first in a series - I will be contributing two articles a year to the magazine, in the regular column "Byggekunst". The next article will be out by the end of 2019.

05.18.2019Public lecture at AHO

I gave a lecture about recent work in the Ideal Type lecture series at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. The series also included lectures by Lie Øyen, Atelier Oslo, Sanden Hodnekvam.

02.14.2019Exhibition Opening

The exhibition 55 Houses of Faith opened at the gallery of Oslo School of Architecture and Design. It displays the result of a short course looking at historical references, taught together with Lina Broström.

01.26.2019Invited competition - Bryggen/Torget in Bergen

In collaboration with Snøhetta, the office has been selected as one of five teams prequalified for the design and planning competition for renewal of the public spaces Torget/Bryggen in Bergen. Bryggen is a UNESCO world heritage site. The team also consists of experts from NIKU, MOE AS, ÅF Advansia.

01.26.2019New website

jorgentandberg.com is designed by Jens Tandberg and Helle Holmsen, who work at the graphic design firm Feed in Oslo.

01.26.2019Co-hosting the launch of OAF's public programme

I co-hosted the launch of the 2019 public programme at Oslo Association of Architects. The programme is themed History in Practice, and focuses on the ways in which architects draw inspiration from the past in the creation of new projects.

01.12.2019Fitness studio featured in Forbes Magazine

The fitness studio we designed has been featured in Forbes Magazine list of best gyms for 2019.

01.01.2019Fitness studio completed

Our fitness studio is completed after almost two years in development. The studio was designed in close collaboration with owner Frances Mikuriya, and goes over three floors of a prominent building on Kensington High Street.

11.15.2018Villa Jerpefaret concrete works completed

The concrete- and steelworks on Villa Jerpefaret in Oslo is completed. The single-family house has been designed together with Andreas Tingulstad.

07.12.2018Workshop on architecture for biodiversity

I was invited to give a short workshop for the award-winning Canadian practice Kanvas Architecture. The workshop, which took place at AHO in Oslo, focused on building and planning for biodiversity. It was part of Kanvas’ Rome-prize project to consult architects, academics and artist from around the world who have experience working with this topic.

12.01.20172nd place in invited competition for nursing homes

In collaboration with Lie Øyen and Espen Vatn, we submitted a proposal for new nursing homes in Leikanger, Norway. The design was awarded 2nd place.

09.25.2017Public lecture at FAU about the work for National Tourist Routes

I was invited to give a lecture at the FAU Sao Paulo, together with Espen Vatn, Erik Langdalen and Andrea Pinochet. The lecture was about ongoing work for the National Tourist Routes.

09.21.2017Invited competition for 700 housing units

In collaboration with LPO, AHO and Espen Vatn, we submitted a proposal for 700 sustainable homes in Fornebu, outside of Oslo.

12.05.2019Europan 2nd Prize

We were announced official runner-up in the competition to design a new urban area in the centre of Raufoss, Norway, creating better connections between the city and its large industrial park. We will meet with the local municipalities again in the coming year. The jury wrote: «The proposal This Must Be the Place celebrates a modernist past of rationality and scale that connects well to the industrial heritage of the place. The aesthetics of the built elements seduces with clever and modest architecture (...). The phasing of the proposal is uncomplicated and provides a reasonable strategy for the municipality.» The project was done with colleague at AHO, Andreas Kalstveit, and with help from Louis Gervais.

08.01.2019Regular contributor to Mur+Betong

My article on the prevailing influence of architectural rationalism as a style has been published in the magazine Mur+Betong no.2 - 2019.

The article is the first in a series - I will be contributing two articles a year to the magazine, in the regular column "Byggekunst". The next article will be out by the end of 2019.

05.18.2019Public lecture at AHO

I gave a lecture about recent work in the Ideal Type lecture series at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. The series also included lectures by Lie Øyen, Atelier Oslo, Sanden Hodnekvam.

02.14.2019Exhibition Opening

The exhibition 55 Houses of Faith opened at the gallery of Oslo School of Architecture and Design. It displays the result of a short course looking at historical references, taught together with Lina Broström.

01.26.2019Invited competition - Bryggen/Torget in Bergen

In collaboration with Snøhetta, the office has been selected as one of five teams prequalified for the design and planning competition for renewal of the public spaces Torget/Bryggen in Bergen. Bryggen is a UNESCO world heritage site. The team also consists of experts from NIKU, MOE AS, ÅF Advansia.

01.26.2019New website

jorgentandberg.com is designed by Jens Tandberg and Helle Holmsen, who work at the graphic design firm Feed in Oslo.

01.26.2019Co-hosting the launch of OAF's public programme

I co-hosted the launch of the 2019 public programme at Oslo Association of Architects. The programme is themed History in Practice, and focuses on the ways in which architects draw inspiration from the past in the creation of new projects.

01.12.2019Fitness studio featured in Forbes Magazine

The fitness studio we designed has been featured in Forbes Magazine list of best gyms for 2019.

01.01.2019Fitness studio completed

Our fitness studio is completed after almost two years in development. The studio was designed in close collaboration with owner Frances Mikuriya, and goes over three floors of a prominent building on Kensington High Street.

11.15.2018Villa Jerpefaret concrete works completed

The concrete- and steelworks on Villa Jerpefaret in Oslo is completed. The single-family house has been designed together with Andreas Tingulstad.

07.12.2018Workshop on architecture for biodiversity

I was invited to give a short workshop for the award-winning Canadian practice Kanvas Architecture. The workshop, which took place at AHO in Oslo, focused on building and planning for biodiversity. It was part of Kanvas’ Rome-prize project to consult architects, academics and artist from around the world who have experience working with this topic.

12.01.20172nd place in invited competition for nursing homes

In collaboration with Lie Øyen and Espen Vatn, we submitted a proposal for new nursing homes in Leikanger, Norway. The design was awarded 2nd place.

09.25.2017Public lecture at FAU about the work for National Tourist Routes

I was invited to give a lecture at the FAU Sao Paulo, together with Espen Vatn, Erik Langdalen and Andrea Pinochet. The lecture was about ongoing work for the National Tourist Routes.

09.21.2017Invited competition for 700 housing units

In collaboration with LPO, AHO and Espen Vatn, we submitted a proposal for 700 sustainable homes in Fornebu, outside of Oslo.