This office building created by Norwegian architect Rolf Christian Krognes in 1975 is beginning to acquire architectural heritage status. With its 26 floors and towering height of more than 111 metres, it is the second-tallest building in Oslo. It was refurbished in 2003, when it also acquired a new tenant in the shape of Norway’s leading Aftenposten newspaper. The rebuild also included the addition of seven more floors and the division of the building into two towers. The building that the people of Oslo call Posthuset (“the post office building”) is an eye-catching landmark in the heart of Norway’s capital city.




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