Ken Schluchtmann

National Routes of Norway, Collector's Edition Set

Sognefjellet II, 2010

Trollstigen II, 2010

Tungeneset I, 2011

Sohlbergplassen I, 2010

Reindeer Pavillon II, 2012

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5 C-Prints, in folder, with book Sheet size 46,00 x 65,50 cm each Image size 40,00 x 59,50 cm each Each signed and numbered on verso Edition of 12 + 2 AP

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At the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards photographer Ken Schluchtmann was named Architecture Photographer of the Year two times in a row. After the nomination in 2012, in 2013 he once again won over the jury, composed of architects, journalists, and critics, with a spectacular photograph of the viewing platform in Trollstigen by the Norwegian architect Architekten Reiulf Ramstat.
Ken Schluchtmann has repeatedly returned to Norway, a country “with the most fascinating landscapes of Europe,” according to the photographer. For his most recent photography project he traveled over 20,000 kilometers, from the south of Norway to the Russian border high in the northeast of the country. In the process he created striking images of imposing buildings that have been erected along the country’s national roads and are set before the backdrop of dramatic landscapes: the Sohlbergplassen viewing platform by architect Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk, a reindeer observation and information center by Snøhetta at Hjerkinn in Dovre, and the Tungeneset rest area  on the island Senja by Code Arkitektur. We are very pleased to be able to offer you five of these  impressive photographs of striking architecture and landscapes as archival C-prints—either individually or as a set—including the prize-winning image of the dizzying viewing terraces by Reiulf Ramstat.