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Sarawak government to sign MoU with Edge Global Norway

22-03-2019
MoU, Sarawak, Norway

The decision by the Sarawak government to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Edge Global Norway As. has caught everyone’s as well as the media's attention. Under the terms of the MoU, the parties will undertake ecosystem mapping, baseline emission studies, carbon stock assessments and soil condition analysis in order to determine …

Editor’s pickOn a rocky seashore, Hotel Kirkenes explores artificial boundaries

02-10-2018
Kirkenes, Norway

With some 6,000 inhabitants, Kirkenes is a city in North East Norway, close to Russia. Far from dynamic business headquarters and political and economic centres, the city has developed its own identity. A small hotel that offers a roof, a warm fireplace and view of the Barents Sea, Hotel Kirkenes was built in 10 days on a small budget. To combat …

Editor’s pickA Norwegian company is transforming the way panel boards are made

20-07-2018
Argos, surface inspection systems, Norway, panels manufacturing, furniture manufacturing, precision enginerring, black spots detection

In an age where consumers place a premium on spotless surfaces, imagine technology that can identify the nature of each defect on every wood-based panel that glides out of the press. By inference, this data would then tell you how to reduce or eliminate imperfections. Across the industry, plant managers want this data, which is why Argos …

Editor’s pickMoholt 50|50 shortlisted for WAN Wood in Architecture Award 2016

17-05-2017
Moholt 50|50, wood, architecture, construction, Europe, Norway, CLT

Moholt 50|50, Trondheim, Norway. Images: Ivan Brodey   Student dormitories are often built in dismal conditions with cheap, simple units left by themselves without support programmes. The Moholt 50|50 project in Trondheim, Norway, seeks to address this. By introducing new housing collectives and a wide range of support services into …

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