Reiulf Ramstad received Dottore in Architettura from Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia, Venice, Italy. He established Reiulf Ramstad Architects (RRA) in 1995 in order to create an architectural practice that would turn conceptual research and practical knowledge into driving forces of sustainable design. Reiulf was acclaimed professionally as board member of NAL, the National Association of Norwegian Architects, in the period between 1997 and 2000, where he became vice president between 2000-2002. He has served as a jury member for many architectural competitions both domestically and internationally. Furthermore, he was the initiative and author of concept of the first Architectural Triennial Exhibition in Oslo (2000). In 2001 and 2012 RRA worked on the project of the Scandinavian Pavilion on the Venice Architecture Biennale.
RRA have earned a reputation for creating bold, simple architecture with a strong connection to the Scandinavian context and the impressive Scandinavian landscape in particular. Common for all our projects are that they are driven by a genuine dedication to humanist values. Over the years RRA has produced a wide range of innovative and ground breaking projects with an exceptional variation of scale and program.
RRA are authors of the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design in Oslo, new complex of Romsdal Folk Museum in Molde. They have developed projects for the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Olso, Estonian National Museum, Jøssingfjord Museum, Borgarsyssel Folk Museum in Østfold (Norway).
On 17 November 2014 Reiulf Ramstad delivered Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter’ Museum Projects lecture at the General Staff Building of the State Hermitage Museum.