Media City Bergen
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IARK was established in by some of Norway’s most experienced interior designers. We now consist of competent associates and employees, and can proudly claim to be Norway’s leading experts on development of workplace interiors. 

We have extensive experience with many of the most successful relocation projects in the country.

Sophus Bugges Hus

Careful restoration and an improved learning environment

Media City Bergen

Skandinavia's First Media Cluster

The Portal

Jernbanetomta in Lillestrøm

Kantinen hos Selvaag


A loft with an industrial flair

Heidi and Irene went to the opening of @computasas to night. We helped the company realize their vision for what an office can be. It was a colourful conclusion to colourful project 🎉. We are looking forward to show the interior soon. ________________________________________

The Derive - sound on 🔊 We were lucky to host this intriguing sculpture recently. Moving it triggers the live transmission of sounds from the Norwegian forest. This is biophilia in action. We are hoping to use the concept in a project we are currently working on. @elementaoslo @emmastaubo @jomievers @norwegianpresence _________________________

Modernisering av OBOS hovedkvarter

Our newest member to the team, @fridayggeseth , just received the Newcomer of the Year scholarship at Bergen Design Festival for her master project at @kmdbergen . We are so proud to have you! Congratulations 🍾 __________________________________

We are particularly happy that our interior project for the Museum of Cultural History at UiO made in into the NIL yearbook this year. Exhibition design is an exciting challenge. IARK designed the permanent collection “Good as Gold”, as well as the café and the museum shop, including custom furniture. ______________________

Beautiful new colours by GU for the Heidal and Amdal textiles. We are happy to use Norwegian made products whenever we can. Keep up the good work @gu_uld __________________________

Norges Varemesse/Norway Trade Fairs is one of the projects that made it into the NIL yearbook this year. IARK was asked to transform the large cluttered space to accommodate all the functions of everyday life at the fairground. When we visited to photograph the space was bustling with activity and all the spaces were in use as intended. 📷: @sarahleszinski /IARK __________________________________________________