Norwegian Classy Interior in Sri Lanka
Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs was introduced to the incredible design that gave off the Norwegian classy interior allure with its every detail! Let’s get inspired by this incredible truly Norwegian decorating.
Norwegian Office Interior Decor
Well, certainly, with such a broad interest in Norwegian interior design, we think we have seen it all – but Dis. interiørarkitekter has introduced something truly unique. The design studio was faced with a request of decorating the new office of Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Sri Lanka and they certainly made it stand out!
First of all, we should note that despite keeping up with the Norwegian interior designing tradition of contrasts, the Dis. interiørarkitekter design studio also complemented the Sri Lanka involvement, as the land where they designed this unique project. The impact of Sri Lanka culture could be observed from the use of dark colored furniture and certain ethnic motives, such as traditional Sri Lanka clothing.
However, we must note that the new office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is nothing like the official setting should be. We see here lots of contrasting colors, with the traditional pure white as a base. There are a lot of cheerful pleasant colors, like pink, and some cherry with refreshing greens. The light reflecting surface of the office walls allows the place to be flooded with light, as it generously pours through the huge windows.
The interior is full of unexpected turns, such as the blue splashes in the waiting room and extravagant art statues by the wall. Everything about the interior of this office screams about the authentic Scandinavian interior decorating, as every detail is perfect. In general, the designer’s group of Dis. interiørarkitekter did very well in bringing the Norwegian aesthetics into the Sri Lanka’s cultural context, as there is also an outdoor swimming pool located in the courtyard. A swimming pool is not a popular focus of attention of the Norwegian designs, as we know. Well, what do you say? Isn’t it a lovely version of bringing home to the foreign country in a unique way?