The Inhabitable bridge
Bjarke Ingels’ firm's plans for a new museum to be constructed within Norway’s Kistefossculpture park. It is described by Ingels as an ‘inhabitable bridge’ that twists and spans the Randselva river.
Of the plans, Ingels stated “The museum visit itself will be a bridge, not a goal – and the exhibits inside an interior extension of the promenade through the Sculpture Park”. The sculpture park was established in the late 1 990s on the site of a former paper mill, and hosts contemporary works by artists including Anish Kapoor and Olafur Eliasson.