Holmenkollen Ski Jump
Oslo, Norway

Completion date 2011
Architects: JDS Architects

The steel structure supports the in-run and splits off at the jumpoff platform to form a U-shape.

Visible for miles around, the spectacular new Holmenkollen Ski Jump is a landmark of Oslo, with a slender silhouette which seems to float. The huge steel structure is fully clad with a mesh of stainless steel, which functions as a wind filter. In the evenings, the mesh is back-lit from inside and transforms the sports facility into a fascinating work of lighting art.

In the sanitary facilities, the quick-to-install GROHE Rapid SL cisterns in conjunction with GROHE Skate Cosmopolitan wall plates provide the WCs with a reliable supply of water. With dual flush technology and start /stop function, the GROHE wall plates help to effectively reduce the water consumption.

Installed GROHE products in this project