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A few years ago I was lucky enough to visit the famous Holmenkollen ski jumping hill in Oslo, Norway, at the time they were just finishing rebuilding the new facility.

At the time I really appreciated the wonderful view which opens from there to the whole city of Oslo, but I never imagined that one day on the very peak of the structure there will be an apartment – I didn’t know the athletes rest there before their jumps. The view is more than impressive – the apartment is located at 64 m above the ground and also on one of the highest points in the area. Recently the Federation and Airbnb held a competition with a prize of two nights stay in the extraordinary apartment. On this occasion, the two designers Melissa Hegge and Nina Holst transformed the interior, using Norwegian design products, some of which are prototypes.

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Chairs by HayNeu13 Chair and model J104

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Saddle Chair from Slake – small Norwegian furniture manufacturer wit traditions in making wooden chairs. The desk lamp is Cloche light – designed by Lars Beller Fjetland for Hey. 

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The nightstand is formed by the two small round stools  Pal designed by Hallgeir Homstvedt for Hem. The night light is Lune by Sverre Uhnger, and the wooden clock is Grandpa for Bolia.

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The bending standing lamp is a prototype of Morten Jonas and is named Nod. Up against the wall, next to the skis there is the Stack hanger by Sara Polmar for Bolia, inspired by the classic wooden stacking toys.

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The table and the chairs on the roof terrace with a view that has no equal in the whole Oslo, are from Sundays Design, the side table is from Ygg & Lyng. Blankets from Roros Tweed.

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If you are interested in more detailed information on the objects and furniture in the apartment, you can find it in the blog of Verket Interior, who are distributors of most of the items. The text is in Norwegian, but most of the designers and manufacturers have sites in English too.  

I do wish to have the opportunity to stay in this impressive apartment one day 🙂

Anna Dimitrova-vesta mebel blog Holmenkollen in construction 2010

Holmenkollen as I saw it during construction in 2010.

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