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Contemporary Norwegian Architectural Practice – design studios in Oslo & Copenhagen
post updated 20 October 2021
NORDIC – Office of Architecture News
NORDIC – Office of Architecture Design News
20 Oct 2021
Chongqing Jiangbei International Terminal 3B, Chongqing, China
images by Turzen, UDG and Nordic — Office of Architecture
Chongqing Jiangbei International Terminal 3B
Nordic’s winning concept for the Chongqing Jiangbei International Terminal 3B interior integrates elements of wellbeing with engaging programmes and experiences. Inspired by the local rivers, Nordic collaborated with UDG, ADC and Lichtvision to create a journey where passengers travel through a history of Chongqing’s rich culture and scenery, using past, present, and future themes.
18 Jun 2021
Shunde Grand Opera House Building, Shunde, Guangzhou, south eastern China
image : Turzen
Shunde Grand Opera House Building
Nordic’s vision for the Shunde Grand Opera House was selected as the jury’s winning design concept. The concept is a cultural hub rooted in the history of Shunde, with an active arena that looks towards the future. On the ground floor is a museum focusing on the past, while the next level contains spaces for contemporary performances. The academy on top will educate, inspire and foster future talent.
8 Mar 2018
Oslo Airport City, Norway
Design: Haptic Architects and Nordic – Office of Architecture
picture © Forbes Massie_Haptic_OAC
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.
28 Apr 2017
New Avinor Oslo Airport Building, Norway
Design: Nordic-Office of Architecture
photo © Avinor Oslo lufthavn/Sune Eriksen
New Oslo Airport, Norway
The expansion doubles the size of the existing terminal building with the addition of a new, 300m long pier. The practice continued the timeless architectural expression and rational simplicity of the original airport – which the practice designed in 1998 – whilst introducing new design elements to enhance the passenger experience.
New Avinor Oslo Airport
New Avinor Oslo Airport Building – opening news
26 Feb 2013
Straume Architecture Competition, Fjell, west Norway – design contest winners
Design with Haptic Architects and Gross.Max Landscape architects
image : MIR
Straume Architecture Competition
London and Oslo based Haptic Architects and NORDIC – Office of Architecture, in collaboration with Gross.Max Landscape architects, have won the architectural 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 Norwegian architectural competition was commissioned by Sartor Holding.
NORDIC – Office of Architecture : new architecture practice title, formerly the firm was titled Narud Stokke Wiig Architects and Planners
Major Building by NORDIC – Office of Architecture
28 Sep 2012
Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, Norway
Date built: 2012
Design: Renzo Piano Building Workshop / NORDIC – Office of Architecture (initially as 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 Narud Stokke Wiig architects.
9 Aug 2010
Hanimaadhoo International Airport, Maldives, Indian Ocean
Design with Haptic Architects & Aviaplan
picture from architect
Hanimaadhoo Airport Maldives
The new Hanimaadhoo International Airport, designated as the country’s second international gateway, is located on an island with very limited land mass for an international airport of this size. With airfield infrastructure consuming nearly all the available land our concept of a “floating terminal” has been selected by the Government for its innovative, exciting and eco-friendly approach. The proposed terminal is built entirely on stilts over water without reclamation to preserve the existing environment and the natural coastline.
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Location: Sørkedalsveien 6, Majorstuen, N-0306 Oslo, Norway, northern Europe
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