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Grieghallen - Bergen (NO)

Grieghallen, a prestigious concert hall in the Norwegian city of Bergen, is named after composer Edvard Grieg. The Eurovision Song Contest was held in this hall in 1986.

Grieghallen is the home base of the Bergen Filharmoniske Orkest, the oldest symphonic orchestra in Norway. It hosts a large number of the performances during the annual cultural Bergen International Festival. The concert hall, designed by Danish architect Knud Munk and finished in 1978, has a surface area of 3,500 m2 and a total of 4,468 seats. The largest of its halls, Griegsalen, holds 1,509 seats.

Grieghallen is also a popular venue for trade fairs and conferences as the building contains 16 conference rooms, no less! And in one of those rooms, the Klokkeklang conference room, ESPERO, in conjunction with our Norwegian agent, recently fitted its first Skyfold wall. The choice fell on a Skyfold Classic wall with a Nevamar HPL finish and black profiles so that the wall would be in keeping with the building’s design as far as possible.

Type of wall: 
Skyfold Classic

Acoustic insulation value:
Rw = 51dB

Finish:
Nevamar HPL

Photographs by Truls Løtvedt 

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