TreStykker is a semiannual workshop held for students from three architecture schools in Norway: The Bergen School of Architecture, the Oslo School of Architecture and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (also known as NTNU). This year's focus was to create an art and architecture exhibition pavilion in the Norwegian city of Trondheim, and working under the theme of "Re-use," 30 students banded together to create an unusual cube-like structure built almost entirely from parts of nearby office buildings scheduled for demolition.
Called RAKE Visningsrom ("RAKE Showroom"), the roughly 50-square-meter space boasts walls built from two layers of old windows and a ceiling built from doors. The students put RAKE together in just 12 days, then handed the space over to a local cadre of artists and architects who will curate exhibits for the space. For our Norwegian readers thinking of paying a visit, their (Norwegian-language-only) website is here.