The Grosch Medal
The Grosch Medal is a prestigious award given to architects who through their work have promoted the quality of Norwegian architecture.
The purpose of the award is to encourage the architects of today to strive for the same excellence that we find in the buildings of Christian Heinrich Grosch (1801–1865), Norway’s foremost architect of the 19th century. The medal is awarded to individuals who have made a significant contribution to promoting the quality of Norwegian architecture.
2018: Einar Jarmund, Alessandra Kosberg and Håkon Vigsnæs
2014: Arne Henriksen
2012: Kjetil Trædal and Craig Dykers
2010: Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk
2008: Helge Hjertholm
2005: Håkon Christie
2005: Kjell Lund
2003: Jan Olav Jensen and Børre Skodvin
2001: Sverre Fehn
Board members of Groschselskapet
Svein Stølen (University of Oslo), Harald Vaagaasar Nikolaisen (Norwegian Directorate of Public Construction and Property), Nina Berre (National Museum), Hanna Geiran (Directorate for Cultural Heritage), Geir Brendeland (Faculty of Architecture and Design, NTNU), Dorte Mandrup (architect, Dorte Mandrup AS) and Børre Skodvin (architect, Jensen & Skodvin Architects).