Nomadic art project overlooking Oslo's famous Opera House
SALT is a nomadic art project on Langkaia in Oslo, overlooking the Opera House. The project brings together art, music, food and architecture in several spectacular wooden constructions designed by Sami Rintala (Rintala Eggertsson Architects).
The programme at SALT includes concerts, art projects, debates, sauna, improv theatre and more. Sauna, good drinks and food all year long! Tickets for the events can be booked at Universe.
SALT's largest sauna holds 100 people and approximately 60–80 degrees Celsius (140–176 Fahrenheit), and on weekends it hosts Sauna Sessions. Outside you will find a 7,000-litre sauna that holds 80–90 degrees Celsius (176–194 Fahrenheit), as well as two cold water pools (fresh and salt water) and showers.
Concert venue, club, exhibition space and debate arena with room for 400 standing guests, 200 seated guests and 130 people with tables.
Naustet (The Boat House)
Café/bar partly built of driftwood found along the seashore, and furnished with details that may remind you of your grandmother's cosy living room. Naustet also has its own wood-burning sauna that may be rented by groups of up to eight people at Universe.
The Arctic Pyramid
70-metre "fish rack" that SALT frequently filles up with art, culture and visitors.
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