Category: Project


We are proud to announce that alongside Hall McKnight Architects, The Titanic Foundation and the Commissioners of Irish Lights that Light Bureau have been selected to assist  in the restoration and display of the old Mew Island Lighthouse Optic.

The extremely rare hyper-radial Fresnel lens – constructed in Paris – dates back to 1887. At over 7 metres more

WC i hopp i Granåsen 09.03.2012. Adressa: "Erik Andresen fra Granåsen skisenter sier det aldri har vært så mange på verdenscuprenn i Granåsen før. Arrangørene er strålende fornøyd med både vær og andre utenomliggende forhold, og forteller at alt har gått knirkefritt så langt. - Den største utfordringen har vært å få folk inn i anlegget ettersom de fleste ankom i den verste rushtrafikken, sier Andresen." Det ble anslått et publikumstall på ca. 12.000. Publikum

2012 World Cup, Granåsen Ski Arena

We’re very excited to announce that Light Bureau are part of the winning team selected to develop a new masterplan for Granåsen winter sports arena in Trondheim, Norway.

The development of the new masterplan is happening in conjunction with Trondheim’s application to become the host of the 2023 FIS Nordic World Ski Championship. The goal of the project is not only to create a great winter sports arena, but develop Granåsen into an excellent destination for summer sports and cultural events.

We’re looking forward to the collaboration with Pir II, tegn_3, ÅF Reinertsen, Movement Strategies and Studio AKKA on this exciting project.

With the Fantastic Tree opening at the Norwegian Forest Museum earlier this week, the museum has published a timelapse video showing the 1 year long construction process in 1 minute.

The sculpture itself is made of more than 750 aluminium tubes, bent and shaped by hand into a tree by sculptor Kevin Iris and metal worker Geir-Roger at Frode Stenberg AS.

Read more about the project here or visit the museum’s website.

The Fantastic Tree, a new permanent exhibition at the Norwegian Forest Museum will open on Tuesday 26th January.

The design process has been a highly collaborative effort between experts in the fields of metalwork, woodworking, interaction design, industrial design, architecture, exhibition design and lighting design.  more