In 2014 the Kistefos Museet of Jevnaker, a small town about 80 kilometers from Oslo, in Norway, held an international competition for the design of a new building.

BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, winner of the competition, proposed making a bridge-building over the Randselva River: 1400 square meters of exhibition space and public services, joining two parts of the park with its sculptures, connected at the time by an old wooden bridge.

The structure rotates to permit the museum-bridge to raise, creating a sequence of spaces connected by a fan-shaped staircase, in which to display videos, paintings, sculptures and installations.

A three-story entrance contains an information center, a shop and restrooms; from the cafe, visitors have a view of the landscape through a large glazed gallery.