Located in a remote mountain of Norway, the Zinc mine museum is a small museum and cafe consists of four buildings that some perched on existing stone structures, it memorialize the region’s zinc mines history between 1881 and 1899.
Architects: Peter Zumthor
Location: Sauda, Ryfylke, Norway
Photographs: Arne Espeland
The four structures with exposed beams will sit above and apart from the mine’s archaeological remains, but echo the ghosts of these buildings by alluding to early industrial architecture, look like they had always been there.
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Designed by well-known Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, the Zinc mine museum is planned to open in the summer of 2016 as part of the National Tourist Routes.
The ambitious creation of 18 routes by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration, started in 1994, includes an impressive roster of local and national artists and architects collaborating on structures and installations along the road.
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National tourist routes Trollstigen by RRA