Frogner Church

Architect: Ivar Næss. Built: 1905-1907

This church, located in the heart of Oslo, is an example of late Normannic and National Romantic styles of the beginning of the 20th century. Furthermore, the church reveals a special design: it is one of Naess' most significant work and it is performed in an English-influenced medieval style. Also, it recalls the 1700 Norwegian-century architecture and the contemporary Art Nouveau style. Church's main facade is made of costly materials, coarse and granite, while the secondary facades against courtyards are made of plastered brick.