Upholding a promise to be as admirably unique as cleverly site-specific – not to mention proudly responsible – architecture firm Manthey Kula has made an unambiguous mark on structural expressions in Norway and abroad. From the functional to the poetic, its project portfolio represents a variety of expressions and a depth of meaning: materialised ideas in their utmost splendour. “I’d say we’re quite expressive – or rather, that we believe in the power of expression,” says Beate Hølmebakk, partner at Manthey Kula. “Bringing ideas to life is what essentially motivates us. We strive to cater to and take responsibility for pragmatic functionality, without ceasing to seek out great design. We never tire of telling new stories.”