|Oslo tinghus (Norwegian)|
Front view of the courthouse
|Address||C.J. Hambros plass 4|
|Floor area||2.800 m²|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Terje Grønmo, Knut Eriksen and Dagfinn Eng|
|Architecture firm||Østgaard Arkitekter AS|
The Oslo Courthouse is located in downtown Oslo, Norway at C.J. Hambros plass 4 and houses the two Oslo District Courts, the tingrett which handles civil and criminal cases, and the byfogdembete which considers other enforcement cases such as marriages, bankruptcy, probate, and official notarization.
The building was designed by Østgaard Arkitekter AS and the architect Terje Grønmo on an assignment from Statsbygg. It was completed in 1994. The building contains 54 courtrooms and 11 adjudication rooms. The building's facade is primarily granite, as well as much of the interior.
- Courts of Norway Domstol Administrasjonen
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