Design and Architecture centre in Oslo. They have some quite cool professional exhibitions here as well as student graduate exhibitions. It’s a really nice building (which you would kind of expect) right next to the river that divides the east and west of Oslo.
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Dog A, Hausmanns gate 16, 0182, Oslo, Norway
Current city: Oslo
I’m a British citizen currently studying product design at the Akershus Oslo University College. At the age of 4 my parents took me to Lanzarote, which was a pretty funky place to grow up! I moved to Oslo 11 years ago, where I worked as Harbourmaster at the Royal Norwegian Yachtclub until starting studying. I haven’t really found any nieche yet, but I enjoy trying to incorporate feelings into my work and trying to design an experience instead of just a product. I’m very inspired by my surroundings. I suppose I’m on some kind of creative journey at the moment, but I don’t really have a clue what I’m doing or where I’m going to end up. I use humour as a defense mechanism, worry too much and cry when I watch soppy movies.
 

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The owners of the very popular and charming cafe Liebling are these days opening a second place around the corner. It´s named after a popular children's song, Kanskje kommer kongen ( Maybe the king will come). Lovely as they are, they want to unite the city's young population with the elderly by running a cafe inside a retirement home. What´s not to like, I think the king should come!
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Ekebergparken is Oslo's newest sculpture park with work by artist such as Louise Bourgeois, Sarah Sze, Marina Abramović and Sean Henry. In addition to the sculptures placed carefully in between the forested parkland, Ekebergparken has a fantastic view of the City.
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Sukkerbiten is a great place to eat and drink in the summer, right on the water with a view of the Opera house. It´s run by a selection of Oslo's clubs and bars, and the program changes through the summer.
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Is a fantastic little street in the middle of town. Its colourful little workers cottages (from the late 18th and early 19th century) really stand out from the rest of Oslo’s architecture. A cute, warm and cozy street that makes me happy.
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The Ekeberg restaurant is located on the Ekeberg hill and offers a great view of the Oslofjord and great food. Not the cheapest place in Oslo, but the view and the delicious food are worth the price!
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