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Gudmundur Jonsson

Gudmundur Jonsson

Oslo, NO

 

About 

Foundet Gudmundur Jonsson Arkitektkontor in Oslo 1987 after winning the Nordic Competition about the Icelandic Concerthouse.  Has gained over 45 prizes in Scandinavian, Norwegian and Icelandic competitions.  Mainly working on cultural assignments and exhibitions together with single family-houses and cabins.  For more projects go to the Company profile, Gudmundur Jonsson Arkitektkontor

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Education 

The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO), Oslo, Norway, Masters, General Architectural education

Studies with Sverre Fehn and Christian Norberg Schultz, later a part time teacher and censor at AHO
and Diploma Censor at NTNU

Oct 1975 - Jan 1981
 

ILAUD (International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design), Urbino, Italy, 1 semester

A semester constituted of students from all over the world dealing with Architecture and Urban Design under the leadership of Giancarlo De Carlo

Aug 1979 - Dec 1979
 

Awards 

and many more, Other

Several more prizes in competitions

2004
 

Telenor Mobil, office-building in Rørvik, Norway, 1st Place

2000
 

Lierne Utmarksenter, (cultural center in Nord-Trøndelag, 1st Place

2000
 

Service and cultural centre for the Geothermal Institute by the Blue Lagoon, 3rd Place

1995
 

Norwegian Fjord-centre in Geiranger, Norway. (collaboration Kristin Jarmund), 1st Place

1993
 

The Norwegian history museum, an exhibition for the Olympic games in Lillehammer, Norway., 1st Place

1991
 

The Icelandic Pavilion in World Expo, Sevilla ´92, Spain, 1st Place

1990
 

Planning competition for the centre of Slemmestad, Norway, 3rd Place

1989
 

Scandinavian competition for the attached-houses of the 90´s, Malmø, Sweden, 1st Place

1989
 

Library (extension) in Akureyri, Iceland, 1st Place

1988
 

The City Hall in Reykjavik, Iceland, 2nd Place

1987
 

Nordic competition for the Icelandic Concerthouse, 1st Place

1986
 

Students hall and residence in Reykjavik, Iceland, 3rd Place

1985
 

The City Hall in Isafjördur, Iceland., 2nd Place

1984
 

Areas of Specialization 



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