The two Scandinavian architects Adam Kurdahl and Jens Noach decided to work together despite being located on opposite sides of the world – Norwegian Noach in Oslo, and Danish Kurdahl in São Paulo. “We’ve both been travelling and working in different cities – Vienna, London, Brunei, Rotterdam,” explains Kurdahl. “São Paulo and Oslo are two fascinating cities, where we are living and working at the moment.” With a belief that Norway and Brazil are two young countries with many similarities, the architect duo finds both countries intriguing as they are going through change. “The interesting thing for us as architects is that we try to imagine the future and how to shape it,” explains Kurdahl.