Media City Bergen
Sparebanken Vest

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


A loft with an industrial flair

The Office of the Auditor General of Norway

Colours provide recognition

Meet Nina! She has the ability to strike a fine balance between challenging her clients and giving them what they want. She isn't affraid to ask difficult questions to reach the goal of finding a functional and aestetically pleasing solution. ⠀ In her time off she is an avid cross country skier. Now that the winter season is over she enjoys gardening, knitting, and hiking, and all things cabin life.

Oldies but goldies. DNB Bjørvika, 2014 _________________________________________________

Favorites from Milano. —Vitra. ‘Typecasting. An Assembly of Iconic Forgotten and New Vitra Characters’ in La Pelota i Brera. —Mindcraft. A Danish exhibition in historical San Simpliciano cloister in Brera. —Wallpaper Handmade

Mirror mirror on the wall Office space in Munkedamsveien, 2017 Photo: Ilja Hendel _________________________________________________

Hieronymus Heyerdahls gate 📷: @niklashart ____________________________________________

Exciting new project in the pipeline. 3D illustration by IARK. ________________________________________________

Irene is the youngest partner at IARK and has worked here since she got her MA at the School of Design at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen in 2011. She is an inquisitive interior architect. She always digs deeper, which allows her to really understand the needs of her clients. In her time off work it’s family first. Most of her time is spent entertaining her 2-year old daughter by colouring, building caves and castles, as well as a whole lot of running back and forth. Lucky for her, Irene enjoys running anyways, preferably with music in her ears.