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Mjøstårnet, the worlds tallest wood building

At 85,4 metres tall, Mjøstårnet, design by Voll architect, is the worlds highest wood building. Mjøstårnet has a combined floor area of 11,300m2. The building has 18 storeys that include apartments, a hotel, offices, a restaurant, a rooftop terrace and common areas.

  • Section
    Skyscraper
  • Developer
    Arthur Buchardt, Anders Buchardt
  • Architects
    Voll Arkitekter
  • Contractor
    AB Invest AS, Hent AS
  • Woodsafe Project

    Wood cladding of Thermowood-D Pine, impregnated with Woodsafe Exterior WFX™, a polymerized waterproof fire protection.

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  • Delivered by
    Woodify AS
  • Photo
    Daniel Pesic, Woodsafe

Norway has set an important record for this timber buildings: at 85,4 metres tall, Mjøstårnet, design by Voll architect, is the worlds highest wood building. Mjøstårnet has a combined floor area of 11,300m2. The building has 18 storeys that include apartments, a hotel, offices, a restaurant, a rooftop terrace and common areas. For this project, 130m3 of Thermowood-D Pine has been used as fire impregnated with Woodsafe Exterior WFX™.