“Il Palazzo dell'Opera di Oslo:
per favore, camminate sul tetto”.
Così chiedono, così abbiamo fatto!👌😃❄️ “Oslo Opera House: please walk on the roof.”
They asked, we did! ✌️😃❄️
The Norwegian nature is free for everyone to walk in, and The Oslo Opera House, which opened in 2008, was built as an extension to this idea.
This building in the very epicentre of the capital of Norway feels like the complete opposite of the usual “Please don’t touch” culture tourists are often met with worldwide. The subtle variations in the structure of the marble-embellished roof is signed by Norwegian artists Kristian Blystad, Kalle Grude and Jorunn Sannes, and is truly a beautiful surface meant to be stepped on.
Sometimes I let myself wander in a city even if it's just tiny detours on the way to a location. I explore public spaces like squares and parks. I take pictures of outdoor cafes and random spaces. While I love itineraries, these moments are much more organic and they are also a great way to find places to recharge. 📸