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This sort of building, constructed in pre-fabricated flat panels, sprang up all over after World War II. I think they called it "International Style". It was featureless and ugly then and no amount of restoration can do much to change that. It was a reaction against the buildings we all love which are filled with detail and embellishment.

It's a shame when structures go up really without some community feedback on the design, lighting or even landscaping. They are all so important to the energy & style of the town or city they belong. This building doesn't even have the industrial look to it - I wonder what they will come up with.

It's got that prison feeling to it....

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Trondheim Through al Seasons

  • I love to travel, and often you find me somewhere around the world, taking photos, writing, exploring. Through a this I aways have Trondheim on my mind. The city where I live and work, and after being a blogger, bogging daily in The House in the Woods, for almost 5 years, it was high time to start a Trondheom blog. Several people have been and are my inspiration. I want to mention especialy Merisis in the Merisi - Vienna for Begiiners blog and also Ivar Mølksnes and his "Byglimt" in the main paper in Trondheim and Midt Norge.

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    I am living in a red house surrounded by a blue garden near Trondheim, Norway. I love everydays and post about my steps through life. Britt-Arnhild's House in the Woods is open to everybody. Welcome over!