Florian Kosche is the design engineer behind the New Holmenkollen ski jump, the New Deichman library and the New Munch Museum in Oslo. In addition to large public projects, he designs technically extreme and architecturally intriguing small scale projects such as the Sabetjohka bridge and the Gaularfjell roadside rest area in the high mountain regions of Norway. He develops innovative structural systems within the architectural context, and sometimes even defines the project approach. This is only possible by creating a strong collaboration with the architect and often the contractor at the concept stage of a project, followed by very close dialogue during execution. Florian’s company employs a collective approach based on Scandinavian values of collaboration in order to find new approaches to projects and yet unknown potentials in the fields of design.