BOGL is a landscape architect office based in Oslo and Copenhagen
BOGL is a part of the exhibition Mission Neighbourhood – (Re)forming Communities with the project The Courtyard of the Future.
BOGL is an award-winning landscape office rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition, based in Copenhagen and Oslo. We aim to create beautiful and functional settings that lead to improved quality of life for the users. We strive to build a green and sustainable future where nature and people thrive and function in a shared setting. Even minor interventions and small adjustments can have a big effect – the key is to spin a red thread that connects theory and practice, ideas and real life.
With respect for site-specific qualities, we always strive for an outcome that is both aesthetic and original, addresses functional needs and invites use. The goal is always to create responsive and beautiful environments that resonate with the surroundings and create a setting for new experiences.
Betina Holt Haraldsen is Associated partner and responsible for the exhibition.
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