Despite being a small architecture firm based in Oslo, Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk’s work is both highly ranked and awarded internationally, and his rare and time-consuming projects range from designing solutions for dangerous tourist attractions to extravagant concrete homes. Established in 1992, Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk’s office works across a range of projects, including everything from simple design and interior projects to building and planning works for bigger developments, including complex ventures in interdisciplinary teams. The Oslo-based architect firm has designed one of Norway’s most visited tourist attractions, Vøringsfossen, which is a highly complex waterfall project and a work still in progress.