Based in Bergen, Norway, Origo Arkitektgruppe has since its founding in 1987 been focused on complex buildings.
The office mainly works with big public building projects, such as schools, hospitals and care homes, and are usually involved in every project phase, from programming, to outline, to follow-up at the building site.
- We work with all kinds of clients, from private individuals and enterprises to big, public companies such as Statsbygg. The bulk of our hours are spent on large, complex projects for public health enterprises and municipalities.
Good, competent architecture and innovative solutions is important. Their aim is to provide buildings rich in experience for its users.
Since Origo works on large, complicated projects, they have the competency needed to do smaller projects, or “gems” as Eirik puts it, as well. Although they participate in architectural contests, it’s important that projects are realistic and possible to execute.
- The end goal is to have functional buildings for our clients, whether it’s a family that needs help to simplify everyday logisitics, or big projects like the rehabilitation of Nationaltheatret (The National Theatre in Oslo) that we’re doing in a constellation with FuthArk and Ratio Arkitekter.
Moment as a solution
Moment is a project and resource management software developed specifically for the architectural industry.
With more than 3000 architects using the system daily, the purpose of Moment is to provide users with the tools necessary to run an effective operation.
Perhaps the most crucial service Moment provides, is reducing the need for repeated, manual tasks and working in different, disconnected systems. Moment neatly gathers all operational tools in one box, where users can pick and choose the ones they need at any time.
Since Origo were looking for a service that would cover their operational needs, and reduce the time needed to plan and manage their projects, Moment came up at the right time.