Oslo’s leaning tower celebrates the expressionist artist behind The Scream


The Munch museum takes the form of a podium and tower and reaches a height of 60 m (200 ft)

With its aluminum facade and leaning form, the new Edvard Munch museum cuts a distinctive figure on the Oslo waterfront. The building is hailed by Spanish designer Estudio Herreros as one of the world’s largest museums dedicated to a single artist and features thousands of the famous Norwegian expressionist’s works, including multiple versions of his masterpiece The Scream.

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Category: Architecture, Lifestyle

Tags: Building and Construction, Museum, Art, Norway