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 Haraldvollen leirskole

 
Haraldvollen leirskole ( Haraldvollen school camp)
Address: Andslimoen, 9325 Bardufoss
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Architect: Harry Gangvik A/S; Jan Østgaard arkitekt MNAL; architect Rosemarie Steinsvik; interior architect Kirsti Skogholt
Client: Norwegian Red Cross
Construction System /
Materials:
Half-timbering; timber-work
Building Type: School camp/outdoor pursuits centre
Year of Construction: 1968-1970
Haraldvollen school camp is situated on a river plain at Målselva, about five kilometres north of Bardufoss. The vegetation around consists of pine and birch woods, and the climate is a typical inland climate with little wind. The site consists today of 11 buildings - nine cabins with overnight accommodation and a main building with classrooms, kitchen and dining room, as well as a large building used for meetings, teaching and hospitality, which also contains a sauna.

All the buildings are made of wood with pronounced features, topped off with a gabled roof. The buildings are clad externally using horizontal panelling with unfinished edges. All the wood material has been cut from målselv pine. The site has a friendly atmosphere, with most of the buildings single-storied, and they are organized to form small courtyards.
Literature: Arkitektnytt 11/1974, p. 221
Byggekunst 2/1972, pp. 46-47
Prizes /
Recognition:
Northern Norwegian architectural prize 1974
Publisher: The University of Tromsø, 15.10.2009
Author: T.A
Photographer: T.A 2009



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