The project deals with the old history along Glomma. We have worked purposefully to create a new destination for both national and international visitors. The building integrates with the nature and tries to respect the surroundings. The building will strengthen the landscape’s movement to attract as many tourists as possible. The building’s location and function will help to promote the local history and the global challenges we face today. The national museum and competence center for Wetlands will be a place where knowledge is developed. It has a desire to become Norway’s foremost destination and competence center for cultural and natural heritage, where we can convey the story of industry, timber floating and wetlands. Architecturally, the building tries to gather everything under one larger roof, but with a central atrium. The building appears organised and slightly oriental, with a circulation around the atrium in the middle. KH in collaboration with Studio Tenev. Architects: Daniel Tenev & Kaspar Sando.