The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Center Pavilion is located in Dorve, Norway. The architectural marvel has been constructed by Snohetta that comprises of architects, Rune Grasdal, Kjetil T. Thorsen, Margit Tidemand Ruud, Eerik Brett Jacobsen, Martin Brunner and interior architect Heidi Pettersvold. The observation pavilion is spread over an area of 90 square meters and has been erected on a plateau that is at a height of 1200 meters above sea level. The elevation will unfurl panoramic views that will leave visitors in a state of awe. It will be a visual treat to see the outstanding Snohetta mountain range from such a height.
The facade of this impressive structure is a bit undulating that gives birth to a comfortable seating area. The seat is kissed by sun rays that make the area quite warm and soothing. It will clearly bring in mind the shapes acquired by rocks that is a result of erosion caused by water and wind. The amazing structure also features a fireplace that will lend necessary warmth when the outside temperature dips. It also has a glass facade that is supported by steel fins. The wooden bench blends perfectly with the walls, floor and steel ceiling creating a magical aura. The inside of the pavilion will unfold beautiful and breathtaking view of the mountains and park. Steep terrain and mountains will welcome you when the glass façade is opened. Norwegian Wild Reindeer Center Pavilion has been constructed using Norwegian Shipbuilding techniques. These techniques were coupled with highly developed machines and processed for an amazing end result. The waving effect was achieved by using 10 inch wooden beams that were milled and assembled by making good use of pegs. Unhindered views are provided by the benches on inside wall of the gathering space, which has been enclosed by glass starting from the floor and touching the ceiling.