Per Line. Architect of silence

17 August 2012–21 October 2012

The National Museum – Architecture

The exhibition shows works by the Jæren architect Per Line and is presented in the Vault. With his restrained, timeless projects Line stands out as an interpreter and renewer of Norwegian tradition.

Many of his interests are highly topical and fervently discussed both nationally and internationally, such as the use of locally sourced materials, simple construction techniques, vernacular building traditions, and architecture that respects the natural world.

The exhibition is produced by Hå gamle prestegard and is presented in collaboration with the National Museum. Curator: Ådne Trodahl