The Norwegian architectural news publication Arkitektnytt visited Bergen for their 03/2016 issue, and we from Kaleidoscope were happy to be interviewed for the magazine. Bergen - the most beautiful city in Norway (or the world, if you ask anyone coming from Bergen) - has for a long time had very few smaller architectural practices establishing there, and the general opinion labels Bergen as a conservative city when it comes to architecture. Is the historical past of Bergen too heavy a burden to make rebel with or even live and build alongside? Arkitektnytt searched answers to why this is so, and our answer is that Bergen is changing. There is more openness for collaboration of small offices, there are new discussion arenas for debating and networking and there is a rising culture for creative businesses. We trust that the city sees a positive growth in brave new and uncompromised architecture in the years to come, and of course, we will be one of those giving birth to it. You can download the article by clicking here - it will make most sense if you can read Norwegian!