Nominations rain down on science centre

Inspiria Science Center is nominated for three international architecture awards thanks to its innovative and sustainable solutions.

Owing to its vibrant architecture, Inspiria Science Centre has attracted worldwide attention. The science centre has just been selected to go through to the short list for the International Architecture Award 2012 which recognises excellence in architecture and urbanism from a global point-of-view.
 
In addition, Inspiria Science Centre has been short listed for the Prime Property Award 2012. The award has gained a reputation as the real estate equivalent of the Oscars and recognises European real estate investment projects that combine commercial success with sociocultural and ecological sustainability in exemplary fashion.
Last but not least, Inspiria Science Centre has also been nominated for Arnstein Arneberg Prisen which honours new and excellent architecture in Østfold county in southeastern Norway where the the science centre is located.