Prominent Norwegian architects, Arneberg and Poulsson won a competition to design the new headquarters for Telenor. The building was built as a fortress, a fireproof monument. As such, no wood was used in construction, and Norwegian marble, stone and cast concrete were the preferred materials used for the common areas.
This iconic Nordic Baroque- Nouveau building was once Norway’s largest office building. It consists of over 25,000 m2 of office, entertainment and retail space, spanning an entire city block on one of Oslo’s oldest streets, Kongens gate.
In Telegrafen, Oslo has a distinctive new destination in the heart of Kvadraturen; a place that will inspire people to connect, day and night, for business and pleasure.
The dramatic grand hall, with its luxurious interiors and upmarket restaurant and bar offerings, will become a key meeting place in the city.