The energy efficient space was designed to help the city of Lillestrøm get closer to their environmental goals by encouraging people to ride their bike

Norway has set the ambitious environmental goal of reducing greenhouse gas to zero by the year 2030. The popularity of biking in Norway will surely help make this goal become a reality. It is estimated that 4 percent of all trips made in Norway are made by bike. In a effort to encourage even more commuters to choose to put their foot to the pedal, a Bicycle Hotel has been built in the city of Lillestrøm, located near Oslo. Commissioned by the Norwegian National Railways as a public space, the 5,000 square structure offers a beautifully designed energy efficient building for bike storage.

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