For the 1970 World Exhibition, Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn submitted a concept for the Scandinavian Pavilion. At that time his design was rejected. Now, 45 years later, the project "Ode to Osaka" was realized by the National Museum in Oslo with the architects Manthey Kula and the know-how of Luft & Laune. In a beautiful coincidence: the room of the architecture museum in which the pavilion was exhibited had also been designed by Sverre Fehn.
Architects: Manthey Kula, Oslo, Norway
Original Concept: Sverre Fehn 1970, Norway
Costumer: Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo, Norway