Rent out artist residency Fleinvær by TYIN tegnestue Architects and Rintala Eggertsson Architects

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Sami Rintala, Andreas G. Gjertsen, Yashar Hanstad, Dagur Eggertsson
Welding.-Hanmo Carpentry.-Tømrer Stangvik, Andrew Devine, Ruben Stranger Engineer.-Harboe Leganger
Annika Persch Andersen, Simen Aas, Thea Hougsrud Andreassen, Edouard Bernard, Camille Boudeweel, Claudia Calvet Gomez, Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik, Sophie Galarneau, William Gibson, William Gibson, Henrik Pfeiffer, Elise Aunet Tyldum, Espen Strandmyr Eide,Adrian Aressønn Norwich, James Dugdale, Marek Lepiochin, Odin Ardach, Marie Norum, Tyra Mathilde Marsteng, Theodor Braatøy, Jana Mentges, Simone Marusi, Pilou Passard, Quentin Desveaux, Rahel Haas, Ninni Westerholm, Ambra Aliraj, Sebastià Mercadal, Ingrid Stenvik Larsen, Anna Maragno, Martin Boullay, Eirik Skårdalsmo, Even Egholm Fuglestad, Matilde Sundquist, Silva Marie Eikaas, Elisabeth Zachries, Benoît Perrier, Martin Barrère, Julie Huseby, Agathe Ledoux, Ossian Quigley Berg, Roger Escorihuela, Emmanuel Banda
Workshop teachers
Sami Rintala, Andreas G. Gjertsen, Yashar Hanstad, Dagur Eggertsson, Carla Carvalho, Pasi Aalto, Kata Palicz
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Timber.- Norsk Spon Cladding.-Kebony Furniture oil.-Livos Naturmaling
Håvard Lund
Fleinvær, Gildeskål Kommune, Norway
NOK 6,000,000
May 2013 - January 2017
123 m²


TYIN tegnestue Architects (Andreas G. Gjertsen, Yashar Hanstad) was established in 2008 and has built projects in poor and underdeveloped areas of Thailand, Uganda and Sumatra. Solutions to fundamental challenges call for an architecture where everything serves a purpose, an architecture that follows necessity.

By involving the local populace actively in both the design and building of their projects, TYIN are able to establish a framework for mutual exchange of knowledge and skills. All materials used in TYIN´s projects are collected close to the sites or purchased from local merchants.

The studio is currently run by Andreas G. Gjertsen and Yashar Hanstad, and has its headquarters in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. TYIN has won several international awards and their projects have been published and exhibited worldwide.

Sami Rintala, Dagur Eggertsson, Vibeke Jenssen. Rintala Eggertsson Architects

Rintala Eggertsson Architects. A Norway architecture studio, based in Oslo, founded by  Sami Rintala and Dagur Eggertsson, in 2007, which bases its activities around furniture design, public art, architecture and urban planning. In 2008 Eggertsson and Rintala were joined by Vibeke Jenssen who is now a full partner in the company. All three studied under Juhani Pallasmaa in Helsinki, and are informed by his phenomenological and cross-disciplinary thinking. Since its establishment, Rintala Eggertsson Architects have developed projects around the world and their work has been exhibited at the Maxxi Museum in Rome, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the National Art Museum of China and with the special project “Corte Del Forte” at the 2018 Venice Biennale.

The company has received prestigious awards over the years such as The Global award for Sustainable Architecture, the Wan 21 for 21 Award, Architizer A+Award, Travel & Leisure Award, American Architecture Award, and the International Architecture Award. Their projects and texts have been published in architecture magazines such as Abitare, Area, METALOCUS, Architectural Review, A+U, L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui, D'A Magazine, AMC architecture, Detail, Domus, Topos, and Wallpaper as well as New York Times and Wall Street Journal.

Eggertsson and Rintala have taught architecture in Europe, Australia, and North America and in 2019 as Gensler Visiting Professors at Cornell University in New York.


Sami Rintala was born in 1969.He is an architect and an artist, with a long merit list after finishing his architect studies in Helsinki Finland 1999. He established architect office Casagrande & Rintala 1998, which produced a series of acknowledged architectural installations around the world during the next five years until 2003. These works combine architecture with critical thinking of society, nature and the real tasks of an architect, all within a cross-over art field using space, light, materials and human body as tools of expression.

Rintala had his first wider recognition in 1999 with the project Landescape, three abandoned wooden barns were raised on 10 meter high.

In Venice Biennale 2000 Sixty Minute Man was realized; A ship sailed to Arsenal with a garden inside. The park was planted on sixty minutes of human waste from the city of Venice, becoming together with the old boat a three dimensional collage.

In 2008, Rintala started a new architect office with Icelandic architect Dagur Eggertsson, called Rintala Eggertsson Architects. The office is based in Oslo, South Norway and Bodø, North Norway.

Important part of Rintala’s work is teaching and lecturing in various art and architecture universities. Teaching takes place usually in form of workshops where the students often are challenged to participate the shaping of human environment on a realistic 1:1 situation.


Dagur Eggertsson was born in 1965.He is an architect with a professional background from a number of the most prominent offices in Oslo.  After his professional degree from the Oslo School of Architecture in 1992, he started his collaboration with architect Vibeke Jenssen, as NOIS architects.  In 1996 he finished a post-professional master’s degree at the Helsinki University of Technology, where he started experimentation with building full scale architectonic objects, under the supervision of Professor Juhani Pallasmaa.

Along with his professional practice, Eggertsson has taught architecture in Norway, Iceland and Sweden.  He is currently a project examinator at the Oslo School of Architecture.

In 2007, Eggertsson started collaboration with architect Sami Rintala, which resulted in establishment of the office Rintala Eggertsson Architects. The office is based in Oslo and Bodø, Norway.



Vibeke Jenssen borns 1964 is an architect with a long experience from housing and planning. She received her professional degree in 1993 from the Oslo School of Architecture, whereafter she started her collaboration with architect Dagur Eggertsson, as NOIS architects with a focus on small scale architectural public art.

In 2009, she joined Rintala Eggertsson Architects as a full time member of the team and from 2012 also as a partner.



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