The Flesefossen rest area is a part of the Norwegian Scenic Route attraction that comprises 18 drives through beautiful Norwegian scenery. The experience is enhanced by innovative architecture and thought-provoking art. Flesefossen is located along Rv 13 in Bratlandsdalen (Ryfylke). The new rest area introduces an open, spine-like structure that filters views and creates a permeable boundary between the road and the waterfall.
Flessefossen project designed by HZA architects is the rest area in front of the Flesefossen waterfall in Brattland valley that forms part of the Norwegian Scenic Routes attraction. Built in steel and timber, with the foundations in reinforced concrete, the curved structure reflects the erosive forces that have been carving the valley for centuries. The Flesefossen construction separates the parking area and the waterfall, and offers a variety of seating, viewing areas and a service building.
Structural engineering through all stages of the project from conceptual phase. Technical assistance during construction.