The opening of the exhibition “Le Corbusier by the Sea” at Villa Stenersen, spring 2018.
The opening of the exhibition “Le Corbusier by the Sea” at Villa Stenersen, spring 2018.
Photo: Nasjonalmuseet / Morten Thorkildsen

Friends of the Museum of Architecture is an independent association that exists to support the activities of the National Museum – Architecture. Founded in 1994, it is open to anyone who wishes to join.

Membership benefits include free admission to the National Museum, a 15% discount in the National Museum – Architecture shop, and invitations to exciting events.

What do the Friends of the Museum of Architecture do?

  • The association provides financial support for selected projects within the museum’s programme.
  • It arranges visits to sites of architectural interest and guided tours of exhibitions at the National Museum – Architecture.
  • It invites members to meetings, lectures and discussions on a range of specialist topics.

The Friends association has supported a series of film interviews with prominent figures in the architectural field. These throw light on the activities of professional architects and document the history of the National Museum – Architecture.

The association holds most of its meetings within the museum at Bankplassen 3 in Oslo.

The current board of the Friends of the Museum of Architecture consists of:

Ketil Kiran, chair, architect MNAL

Eli Grøttheim, civil engineer MNIF

Hans-H. Halvorsen, MSc in business economics

Gudmund Stokke, architect MNAL

Ole Fredrik Stoveland, architect MNAL

Astri Thån, architect MNAL

Want to become a member?

Personal membership: NOK 300 per year

Corporate membership: NOK 2,000 per year

To apply, please contact:

Hans-H. Halvorsen

hans.halvorsen@hotmail.com

Tel: +47 917 65 608