Kari Nissen Brodtkorb


Kari Irene Nissen Brodtkorb (given birth to 1942) is a Norwegian architect and educator. Named among Norway’s leading casing designers, in 1994 she was granted the appreciated Houens fonds diplom on her behalf Stranden complex situated on Oslo’s Aker Brygge. Brodtkorb trained on the Oslo College of Structures and Style in the first 1990s.

Delivered on 3 March 1942 in Oslo, Brodtkorb was the little girl of the business enterprise administrator Roald Nissen and Ragnhild Marie Heiding, a secretary. On graduating from the Norwegian Institute of Technology in 1965, she proved helpful as an architect for Harald Hille's company (1966–71) as well as for Anker & Hølaas (1977–85) where she became somebody. From 1985, she ran her very own company in Bærum.She adopted a forward thinking method of residential architecture, combining high anatomist standards with distinctively attractive styles. Her advancements in Oslo, within a white Western european modernism style, consist of 30 townhouses on Gullkroken, 110 flats on Hofftunet and 60 homes in Smestad. Her masterpiece may be the Stranden casing complicated on Aker Brygge. Completed in 1990, it includes 120 apartments specifically created for affluent citizens. Merging brick with black-painted metal, it draws in the area's shipyard structures while integrating offices, shops and restaurants. It's been honored several prizes like the Houens fonds prize.After teaching for an interval on the Oslo College of Structures in the first 1990s, she continued to create residential buildings through the entire country. Brodtkorn sticks out as a superb feminine architect in an occupation dominated by guys.In 2014, as well as Kristin Jarmund, Brodtkorb was awarded the Anders Jahres Cultural Prize on her behalf "artistically delicate designs and her contribution to promoting humane architecture within a socially developmental context".