This distinctive plan by the Swedish architecture firm Jagnefält Milton was awarded third prize in the Norwegian master plan competition for the city of Åndalsnes. Instead of filling in new roads, buildings, and infrastructure, the Rolling Master Plan creatively utilized the already existing railroad network. Situated on the tracks, the proposal includes a rolling hotel, a rolling public bath and a rolling concert hall. These and others could be rolled back and forth depending on seasons and situations. The competition's jury said of the proposal: the "fundamental contradiction between the permanence of the tracks and the mobility and flexibility of the wagons is playfully and elegantly exploited in the planning proposal."