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Norwegian Architectural Practice – design studios in Oslo & London

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8 Mar 2018
Oslo Airport City, Norway
Design: Haptic Architects and Nordic – Office of Architecture
Oslo Airport City in Norway
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Oslo Airport City
The 4 million sqm city, is set to be powered entirely by renewable energy, served by electric vehicles and will take 30 years to build. The scheme is being developed by Norwegian development vehicle Oslo Airport City.

page updated 17 Aug 2017

Straume Architecture Competition, Fjell, west Norway – winners
Date: 2013
Design: Haptic Architects / NORDIC – Office of Architecture / Gross.Max Landscape architects
Haptic Architects Straume Competition Norway
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Straume Architecture Competition – 26 Feb 2013
London and Oslo based Haptic Architects and NORDIC – Office of Architecture, in collaboration with Gross.Max Landscape architects, have won the competition to create a new urban centre and a public square in Straume. Straume, in the municipality of Fjell, is located on the west coast of Norway, near Bergen. This architectural competition was commissioned by Sartor Holding.

Regional Airport, Rana, northern Norway
Date built: 2010
Design with Narud Stokke Wiig / AVIAPLAN of Norway
Arctic Airport Rana
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Arctic Airport
Narud Stokke Wiig / AVIAPLAN of Norway, in collaboration with this London-based architects practice have revealed plans for a new regional airport in the municipality of Rana in Norway, just south of the Arctic Circle.
The terminal building and distinctive roof form is inspired by a local landmark; the mountain of Træna with its dramatic sculpted peaks and the local vernacular of steep pitched roof forms. The folded metal roof touches minimally with the ground to define passenger entrances and connections to planes on the airside, culminating in a tall peak, to integrate the airport control tower. The roof form is designed for substantial snow loads and minimizes solar gain through its overhangs and vertical planes.

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Location: 77 White Lion Street, London N1 9PF, England, UK

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This firm is a London and Oslo-based architecture practice established in 2009 by Nikki Butenschøn, Scott Grady, Timo Haedrich and Tomas Stokke

Haptic’s ethos is to design buildings and spaces that are rigorous in their pragmatism, elegantly composed and above all, have a focus on quality and craftsmanship. Haptic, referring to the sense of touch, is a guiding force for their design work; this architectural studio strives to determine the haptical qualities for each project and how they benefit the users of their buildings. This translates in materiality, spatial relationships, light and the building’s relationship with the site. Much of their work is located in stunning locations and thus they are acutely aware of our responsibilities to design outstanding pieces of architecture that sit precisely within – and are complementary to – the context within which they sit.
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