Science centre receives Norwegian award

Inspiria Science Center has been awarded the acknowledged Norwegian architecture award Arnstein Arneberg Prisen 2012.

Inspiria Science Center has received the Norwegian architecture award Arnstein Arneberg Prisen 2012 for enriching the cityscape and contributing to the social development of the Østfold County in south-eastern Norway.
Arnstein Arneberg Prisen is named after one of Norway’s most renowned architects and was presented by Østfold Arkitektforening at Østfold Kunstnercenter in Fredrikstad on June 22.
“The science centre is technically at the forefront and is highly energy efficient. Overall, the building is very well designed and provides a unique setting for visitors of the science centre and it is an inspiring building for professionals within science and architecture,” the jury highlights.