Hålogalandsgate 43, 45 A-45 B
These three old residences are located on the fringe of a landscape terrace with a lovely east facing view of the sea. The street Hålogalandsgate is one of the closest residential streets to the Harstad town centre, and is architecturally characterised by villas. Located directly adjacent to the street, the houses provide the street with an air of intimacy. Each house has spacious gardens on a sloping terrain on the east- and south-side of the house. The three villas range from one- to two-storied with a pedestal, along with a large loft and a half-hipped roof. With their adornments and bay windows, these three houses are lovely examples of the Jugendstil in wood.

Year of construction

1914-1931

Architect

Sigurd Bjørhovde

Client

Hans T. Johnsen
Per Kind
Amalie Pettersen

Building Type

Residential

Construction System / Materials

Woodwork

Keywords

residence
woodwork
villa
art nouveau

Literature

Bruun, Ola og Jim Myrstad, " Tre eldre damer "- Bylandskap Harstad 100 år 2004" in Harstad Tidende 28.03.2003 pp. 34-35

Lund, Gunnar, "Den selvgrodde by" in Harstad Tidende, 1. jubileumsavis i anledning Harstad kommunes 100-årsjubileum, 2003 pp. 14-17

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Hålogalandsgate 43, 45 A og 45 B
Hålogalandsgate 43, 45 A og 45 B
Hålogalandsgate 43, 45 A og 45 B
Hålogalandsgate 43, 45 A og 45 B