Fantastic Norway

Surrealism and architecture don't often go hand in hand. There is little that is really surreal about most buildings, whatever some of the more high-minded architecture critics might argue.But the rather appropriately named Fantastic Norway seem to be on a one practice mission to change all that and prove that ...

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