Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects Reveal New Campus for Norway’s Largest Geotechnical Specialist Community

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects Reveal New Campus for Norway’s Largest Geotechnical Specialist Community, Exterior View. Image Courtesy of Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
Exterior View. Image Courtesy of Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects has revealed the design of a new campus complex for the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, Norway’s largest geotechnical specialist community, to be built in Northern Oslo.

The 30,000-square-meter (323,000-square-foot) complex will be comprised of two new buildings linked by a common entrance podium and a series of elevated walk- and bikeways. Aimed at housing up to 300 new employees, the NGI is envisioned as a new “knowledge axis” that will spawn increased pedestrian and bicycle traffic in the coming years.

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The buildings will house “sustainable and flexible frameworks” for staff and visiting clients to attract new start-up companies both inside and outside the geoscience industry. The architecture inside will cater to these formal and informal meeting with a open yet dynamic layout. Approximately 20 percent of the campus will be open to the public, including cafes, shops, meeting spaces and an expansive new green space that will integrate into the existing neighborhood.

“The campus is designed with a modern expression and a strong identity with respect to its context,” commented Kim Holst Jensen, senior partner at Schmidt Hammer Lassen. “The campus buildings will stand prominently in the local skyline and will reciprocate the voluminous Ullevål Stadion, Norway’s national football stadium located directly across the street.”

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The larger of the two buildings will be organized around a central, “panoptic” space to create visual connections between each of the floors, allowing researchers to glance into the advanced laboratory work taking place throughout the building. Other program elements include a dining hall, offices, meeting rooms, courtyards and below-ground parking.

Large, framed opening direct views out of the building, as well as allow an abundance of natural light to penetrate into the interior, while green roofs, terraces and solar panel systems will clad the horizontal surfaces of the exterior. The entire complex is striving for high environmental sustainability standards in accordance with the Breeam NOR environmental certification.

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SHL is working with local practice SJ Architects on the project. Work on the project will occur while the existing campus remains in operation.

News via Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

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Amazon Names 20 Cities as Finalists for New Headquarters

Amazon Names 20 Cities as Finalists for New Headquarters, © Flickr user joebehr licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0
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Amazon has announced the list of 20 finalists in the running to become the new home city for their highly hyped second headquarters, known as HQ2.

The tech company, based in Seattle, selected the finalists from more than 238 applications from cities located in Mexico, Canada and the United States, each hoping to raise their global profile and jump start their individual economies with the 50,000 new jobs the company says it would create.

The finalist cities include:

  • Toronto
  • Columbus
  • Indianapolis
  • Chicago
  • Denver
  • Nashville
  • Los Angeles
  • Dallas
  • Austin
  • Boston
  • New York City
  • Newark
  • Pittsburgh
  • Philadelphia
  • Montgomery County
  • Washington D.C.
  • Raleigh
  • Northern Virginia
  • Atlanta
  • Miami

See the full announcement here, and learn more about the process here.

Why the AIA is NOT Awarding Anyone the Twenty-Five Year Award in 2018

Why the AIA is NOT Awarding Anyone the Twenty-Five Year Award in 2018, © Koji Horiuchi. Courtesy of AIA
© Koji Horiuchi. Courtesy of AIA

We are starting the new year with an announcement from the American Institute of Architects that there will be no winner for their Twenty-five Year Award in 2018. This will be the first time this has occurred since the award was officially established in 1971. The AIA award recognises buildings that have “stood the test of time for 25-35 years and continues to set the standards of excellence for its architectural design and significance.”

Over the 46 years of the award, it has celebrated buildings by of Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Louis Kahn and Charles and Ray Eames. Last year it was awarded to the Grand Louvre – Phase I by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners for its iconic stainless steel pyramid that “rivals the Eiffel Tower as one of France’s most recognisable architectural icons.”

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Salk Institute by Louis Kahn, one of the previous winners of the award.. Image © Liao Yusheng

Salk Institute by Louis Kahn, one of the previous winners of the award.. Image © Liao Yusheng

The AIA released the following statement: “The jury felt that there were submissions that appeal to architects and there were those that appeal to the public. The consensus was that the Twenty-five Year Award should appeal to both. Unfortunately, this year the jury did not find a submission that it felt achieved twenty-five years of exceptional aesthetic and cultural relevance while also representing the timelessness and positive impact the profession aspires to achieve.”

This year’s jury included architects from Hartman-Cox Architects, Duvall Decker Architects, Strata Architecture + Preservation, Shyft Collective, KSS Architects, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Grace Farms Foundation and Rogers Partners, chaired by Lee Becker, a fellow of the AIA.

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RIBA Announces 2018 RIBA International Prize Longlist for World’s Best Building

RIBA Announces 2018 RIBA International Prize Longlist for World's Best Building, Courtesy of RIBA
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The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed the 2018 RIBA International List, the longlist of buildings in the running for one of the world’s most prestigious architecture awards, the RIBA International Prize.

The biennial award considers the world’s best new buildings completed in the past two years that exemplify “design excellence, architectural ambition and delivering meaningful social impact.” This year’s longlist features 62 projects from around the world, more than double the number selected for the longlist of the inaugural prize in 2016.

“The RIBA International List 2018 shines a light on the world’s best new buildings and most impressive architectural talent,” said RIBA President, Ben Derbyshire. “Most importantly, this significant selection of 62 projects illustrates the meaningful impact and transformative quality that well-designed buildings can have on communities, wherever they are in the world.”

The shortlist for the RIBA International Prize will be selected from this list by a Grand Jury led by esteemed architect Elizabeth Diller of Diller Scofidio + Renfro. The overall winner of the RIBA International Prize will be announced in December 2018.

Grafton Architects’  Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología (UTEC) in Lima won the inaugural RIBA International Prize in 2016.

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8 Chifley Square;  Sydney, Australia / Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners with Lippmann Partnership, Arup (Australia)

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BBVA Bancomer Tower; Mexico City, Mexico / Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners with Legorreta + Legorreta

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Central European University – Phase 1; Budapest, Hungary / O’Donnell + Tuomey with M-Teampannon Kft

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Children Village; Formoso do Araguaia, Brazil / Alephzero with Rosenbaum

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Cuernavaca House; Mexico City, Mexico / Tapia McMahon

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Factory In The Forest; Penang, Malaysia / Design Unit Sdn Bhd with Chin Kuen Cheng Architect

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Garden Tower; Wabern, Switzerland / Buchner Bründler Architekten

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GS1 Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal / PROMONTORIO

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Joolz; Amsterdam, Netherlands / Space Encounters Office for Architecture

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Kannikegaarden; Ribe, Denmark / Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter

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Kericho Cathedral; Kericho, Kenya / John McAslan + Partners with Triad Architects

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King Fahad National Library; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia / Gerber Architekten

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Kunstmuseum Basel; Basel, Switzerland / Christ & Gantenbein

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Lanka Learning Center; Eastern Province, Sri Lanka / feat.collective

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M4 Metro Line Budapest; Budapest, Hungary / Palatium Studio with Budapesti Építőművészeti Műhely, Gelesz és Lenzsér Építészeti, Puhl és Dajka Építész Iroda, sporaarchitects, VPI Építész Studio and Palatium M4 Projekt

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M4 Metro Line Budapest; Budapest, Hungary / Palatium Studio with Budapesti Építőművészeti Műhely, Gelesz és Lenzsér Építészeti, Puhl és Dajka Építész Iroda, sporaarchitects, VPI Építész Studio and Palatium M4 Projekt © Tamás Bujnovszky

MAAT; Lisbon, Portugal / AL_A

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Maersk Tower, extension of the Panum complex at the University of Copenhagen; Copenhagen, Denmark / CF Møller Architects

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Mount Herzl Memorial Hall; Jerusalem, Israel / Kimmel Eshkolot Architects in collaboration with Kalush Chechick Architects

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Msheireb Museums; Doha, Qatar / John McAslan + Partners

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Mulan Weichang Visitor Centre; Weichang, China / HDD

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Musee d’arts de Nantes; Nantes, France / Stanton Williams

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Museum Voorlinden; Wassenaar, The Netherlands / Kraaijvanger Architects

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Oasia Hotel Downtown; Singapore / WOHA Architects

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Post-earthquake reconstruction demonstration project of Guangming Village; Zhaotong City, China / One University One Village Programme, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

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Queen Elisabeth Hall; Antwerp, Belgium / SimpsonHaugh with Bureau Bouwtechniek

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ROGIC ROKI Global Innovation Centre; Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan / Tetsuo Kobori Architects

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Salerno Maritime Terminal; Salerno, Italy / Zaha Hadid Architects with Interplan Seconda

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Sancaklar Mosque; Istanbul, Turkey / EAA-Emre Arolat Architecture

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Sayama Forest Chapel; Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan / Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP

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Social Housing in Bairro Padre Cruz; Lisbon, Portugal / Orange – Arquitectura e Gestão de Projecto with Bruno Silvestre Architecture and D Sul

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Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center; Athens, Greece / Renzo Piano Building Worskhop with BETAPLAN

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Structures of Landscape, Fishtail, Montana, United States of America, by Ensamble Studio

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Studio Dwelling at Rajagiriya; Colombo, Sri Lanka / Palinda Kannangara Architects

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Suzhou Chapel; Suzhou, China ; Neri&Hu Design and Research Office

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Tatsumi Apartment House; Tokyo, Japan / Hiroyuki Ito Architects

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The Ancient Church of Vilanova de la Barca; Vilanova de la Barca, Spain / AleaOlea architecture & landscape

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The Palestinian Museum; Birzeit, Palestine / Heneghan Peng Architects with Arabtech Jardaneh

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Three Metro Stations in Barcelona L9; Barcelona, Spain / Garcés – de Seta – Bonet Arquitectes with TEC 4 Ingenieros Consultores

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Tirpitz; Blåvand, Denmark / BIG

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Toho Gakuen School of Music; Tokyo, Japan / Nikken Sekkei

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Tolsa 61; Mexico City, Mexico / MOCAA Arquitectos

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University of Amsterdam; Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

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Vertical forest; Milan, Italy / Boeri Studio with Studio Emanuela Borio and Laura Gatti

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Wadden Sea Centre; Ribe, Denmark / Dorte Mandrup A/S

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Welcome Centre and office building; Shanghai, China / Sergison Bates Architects

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Xiao Jing Wan University; Shenzhen, China / Foster + Partners with GDI

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YKK80 Building; Tokyo, Japan / Nikken Sekkei

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Zeitz MOCAA; Cape Town, South Africa / Heatherwick Studio with VDMAA, Rick Brown Associates and Jacobs Parker

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