Biotope

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Krokgt 12
9950 Vardo
Norway

Grüne Woche 2019

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Biotope are architects & birders Tormod Amundsen, Elin Taranger and Alonza Garbett.

We engage in pro nature projects

Biotope is Norways first and only architectural office with special expertise on birds and birdwatching (birding). We combine the field of architecture with over 25 years of experience in field ornithology. Our architectural solutions are built on both understanding and care for nature. Our hides and shelters carefully balance the need for visibility in order to attract and concentrate human activities, the practical requirements of the birders and sensitivity to the needs of the birds.

We design bird hides, outdoor wind shelters, birdwatching towers, photo hides, information boards and exhibitions, nature trails, open-air amphitheaters and much more. Our designs are adapted to different types of habitats and purposes. We have developed methods to handle important issues such as vibration in constructions, wind handling, view- and sight lines. We have the necessary specialist knowledge to create meaningfull projects.

Our clients range from private businesses to public environment authorities. We work both on commission and we initiate projects where we see potential. We do not wait for things to happen. We make them happen.


A biotope is a biological community - an ecological space. Bios is life, topos is place


Architecture is a tool to protect & promote birds, wildlife and nature.

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