The Voringfossen Waterfall Area located in the municipality of Eidfjord is one of the most popular waterfalls in Norway. In 2008, Norway’s National Tourist Routes held a competition calling for a design that unifies the experience of the 182m deep canyon and waterfall in one. Norwegian architecture studio Carl-Viggo Holmebakk created multiple designs for the competition entry; an indication of their site-reponsive passion for design. The images they produced for the unrealised project are arresting. They capture the fantastical darkness and drama of this tourist haunt so well, it’s as if we are there ourselves. Images courtesy of Carl-Viggo Holmebakk.
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