The Utoya memorial will be designed by a BelgianSunday, 27 May 2018 00:53
Bas Smets’ office was selected along with Norwegian office Manthey Kula and Matthias Ekman, who has done research into commemorative monuments. They were chosen based on their vision and experience. The memorial has not yet been designed.
Last year, Norway cancelled a memorial project after the inhabitants of the island of Utoya turned down a project by Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg. He designed a memorial where a slit was cut into the cliff surrounding a lake, facing the island.
Sixty-nine people were killed during the massacre in 2011.
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