The swiss architect Peter Zumthor has created three buildings at the old Allmannajuvet zinc mines in Sauda (Norway), which were in use for just 18 years at the end of the 19th century. They include a cafe, a service building and a museum dedicated to mining history. 

The installations in Allmannajuvet officially open to the visitors on 8 September 2016. 
In connection with the opening, Mr Peter Zumthor will meet the press in Sauda.
Last week to visit the exhibition of XXI Triennale. More info here.
A special showcase by courtesy of Erieta Attali Photographic Archive