Media City Bergen


When technology changes our attention

Project Details
  • Ferdigstilt

    2017

  • Arkitekt

    MAD

  • Fotograf

    Niklas Hart

Project Description

Every other day technology is pushing the media industry into new and unexpected ways. This makes Media City Bergen, Scandinavia's first Media Cluster, a flexible, social and energetic place, – full of ambition and new perspectives.

Needs and dreams:
Media City Bergen is a melting point where different people and different ideas meet with a common purpose to create something worthy of our attention. In an ever-changing industry, people have to stay focused, humble and inspired. MCB needs a place that forms multidisciplinary collaboration through an open and welcoming atmosphere. A place where the past, present, and future are represented.

Insight and solution:
An open and free media landscape with different actors create greater diversity and makes it possible for untraditional collaborations. This increases competition, enhances quality and it allows Scandinavias first media cluster to invite people in to share experiences, knowledge, and thoughts. Various colors and different materials meet the unknown future full of optimism and creativity. The long-lasting materials, sustainable fabrics and furniture respect the world the media is portraying.

Summarized: Making room for tomorrows trends

Needs and dreams:
Media City Bergen is a melting point where different people and different ideas meet with a common purpose to create something worthy of our attention. In an ever-changing industry, people have to stay focused, humble and inspired. MCB needs a place that forms multidisciplinary collaboration through an open and welcoming atmosphere. A place where the past, present, and future are represented.

Insight and solution:
An open and free media landscape with different actors create greater diversity and makes it possible for untraditional collaborations. This increases competition, enhances quality and it allows Scandinavias first media cluster to invite people in to share experiences, knowledge, and thoughts. Various colors and different materials meet the unknown future full of optimism and creativity. The long-lasting materials, sustainable fabrics and furniture respect the world the media is portraying.

Summarized: Making room for tomorrows trends

Artriet

Bergens Tidende BTs overordnede mål var å skape et arbeidsmiljø som møter fremtidens mediehverdag.

NRK Hordaland

IARKs oppgave var å tilrettelegge for optimale arbeidsplasser, i tillegg til å styrke den faglige og sosiale samhandlingen internt i organisasjonen. NRK valgte en aktivitetsbasert løsning.

Thea Røhrt

Thea Røhrt

Interior architect MNIL, partner

Anders Stenbeck-Askheim

Anders Stenbeck-Askheim

Interior architect MNIL, partner

Elisabeth Paus

Elisabeth Paus

Interior architect MNIL, partner

Elisabeth Trømborg

Elisabeth Trømborg

Interior architect MNIL, partner