Narud Stokke Wiig Architects, Norwegian Design Studio, Project, Oslo Office, Photos
Narud Stokke Wiig, Norway
NSW – Architecture Studio Oslo: Contemporary Norwegian Architect Practice, Europe
post updated 6 Apr 2021
Narud Stokke Wiig Architects News
Narud Stokke Wiig Architects – Building News
28 Sep 2012
Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, Norway
Design: Renzo Piano Building Workshop / Narud Stokke Wiig architects
image © Nic Lehoux
Astrup Fearnley Museet Oslo
The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Contemporary Art reopened in Tjuvholmen, Oslo. Previously located at Dronningensgtate 4 for 18 years, the privately owned museum is now part of the new Icon Complex, developed by Selvaag Gruppen and Aspelin-Ramm Gruppen, and designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in collaboration with this Norwegian architects firm.
27 Jan 2012
airBaltic Terminal Design Competition, Riga, Latvia – Winner
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airBaltic Terminal Design Competition
This Oslo Architect Practice alongside Haptic Architects of London were this week announced as winners of the international architectural competition for the new airBaltic terminal in Riga.
The announcement of the winner and the payment of the 100.000 Euros first prize award took place more than a year after the submission date due to changes in the ownership structure of airBaltic.
Narud Stokke Wiig – Key Projects
Featured NSW Buildings:
Oslo Airport – Gardermoen Terminal 2, Norway
Date built: 2008-12
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Oslo Airport Building
Winning entry in an invited competition for new terminal and pier at the existing airport to increase capacity from 20 to 35 mppa.
Realfagbygget – Faculty of Chemistry & Biology, University buildings, Trondheim, Norway
Dates built: 1997-2002
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Regional Airport, Rana, Norway
Date built: 2010-
Design: with AVIAPLAN of Norway with London based Haptic Architects
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St. Olav Hospital, Trondheim, Norway
Date built: 2009
Design: NSW, medplan/RATIO, FRISK
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St. Olav Hospital
More architecture projects by Narud Stokke Wiig online soon
Location: Oslo, Norway, northern Europe
Norwegian Architects Practice Information
Narud Stokke Wiig Arkitekter og Planleggere AS studio based in Oslo, Norway.
The architecture studio of NSW was established in 1979.
Narud Stokke Wiig Architects & Planners/Aviaplan is an Oslo-based office operating world wide. NSW offers full services in contemporary architecture and planning, urban and interior design, as well as in industrial and graphic design. The practice specialises in large scale projects of high complexity and have completed a range of hospitals, university buildings and airports, including the Oslo International Airport and Hyderabad International Airport in India.
NSW has approx. 60 staff, most of whom are multi-national, from as far afield as Spain and the USA. NSW has won domestic awards in Norway, as well as a Scottish RIBA award for the City Art Centre in Edinburgh in 1983. NSW specialises in inserting new structures into old in mixed-use developments, including retail, recreational and cultural elements.
Gudmund Stokke, NSW Architects, Norway
Gudmund had a very dry humour which helped push the rather dry projects along. Oslo International Airport was a good solid unshowy building, didn’t set my heart on fire but it looked a wonderfully peaceful place in which to fly from and to. More spicy would have been to have Olle Wiig talk and insert a Scottish dimension.
RIAS Convention 5 May 2003
Haymarket Competition, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Haymarket Competition in Edinburgh
Galleries Competition, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
EDI Galleries Edinburgh Competition
Norwegian Architecture Designs – chronological list
Norwegian Building Designs – architectural selection below:
Floating Sauna, Tromsø Harbour, Troms county, Northern Norway
Design: Skapa Architects
photo : David Jensen
Floating Sauna Tromsø Harbour
Domen Viewpoint, Northeast Norway
photograph : Tormod Amundsen / Biotope
Domen Viewpoint in Northeast Norway
Buildings / photos for the Narud Stokke Wiig Norway Architects page welcome
Website : www.nsw.no