Bonus: This video was produced from additional footage from the Norway episode of our Perfect Sweat Series.
“SALT is a nomadic art project on Langkaia in Oslo, overlooking the Opera House. The project brings together art, music, food and architecture in several spectacular wooden constructions designed by Sami Rintala (Rintala Eggertsson Architects). Salt also has one of Oslo’s biggest outdoor seating areas which is open all year round. Here, you can enjoy the cool breeze from the fjord in summer and the warmth of the fireplaces in winter.” ~ Visit Norway
Explore the multifaceted wonders of SALT,, a remarkable architectural gem on Langkaia in Oslo that seamlessly intertwines the realms of food, art, music, and traditional Norwegian "badstue" culture. Conceived as a nomadic art project, SALT stands as a testament to innovation and cultural convergence, offering a captivating experience that transcends conventional boundaries.
Perched overlooking the iconic Oslo Opera House, SALT's unique wooden constructions, skillfully designed by Sami Rintala of Rintala Eggertsson Architects, form an awe-inspiring landscape that beckons both locals and visitors alike. This visionary project serves as a dynamic intersection where art installations, musical performances, culinary delights, and architectural prowess coalesce into a harmonious celebration of cultural richness.
Quoted by Visit Norway, SALT is aptly described as a project that brings together diverse elements – from art installations and live music to culinary experiences and architectural innovation. It is a testament to the collaborative spirit that defines Norway's cultural landscape.
SALT stands as an embodiment of creativity, cultural appreciation, and community engagement. Whether you're drawn to its avant-garde architectural design, the allure of live performances, or the culinary delights on offer, SALT beckons you to partake in an experience that transcends the ordinary, inviting you to revel in the vibrant tapestry of Oslo's cultural scene.
Director/DP: Erik Johnsen Producer: Robin Hansen Tangen
Editor: Alex Albers Production Manager: Eva Uddu
Production Coordinator: Rebekka Røed
Christoffer Bauer Andreassen