Location: Trondheim, Norway
Moholt is the largest student village of the beautiful Trondheim city, in Norway; it is renowned for a large, social and international milieu with students coming from all over the world to study at the prestigious Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
The vision of the project is not only to provide simple and affordable housing, but also to make everyday life easier for students providing a lot of services and facilities to allow greater focus on their studies. A particular attention was payed to the environment: the main structures are built using cross laminated timber, made of Kebony wood, which is a sustainable alternative to tropical hardwood, cement and brick.
This place demonstrates that architecture can create a sense of belonging, and Arcluce luminaires contribute to create a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere: PANTHEON2 floodlights light up the wood facades, walkways, parks and public spaces, providing a high quality, comfortable lighting while minimizing the impact on the surrounding space and avoiding light pollution.
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