Nordic Office of Architecture


Bergen Airport / Nordic Office of Architecture

© Nils Olav Mevatne © Knut Ramstad © Nils Olav Mevatne © Nils Olav Mevatne + 15

Voss High School / Nordic Office of Architecture + AART architects

© Kontraframe © Kontraframe © Kontraframe © Kontraframe + 23

Vossevangen, Norway

Oslo Airport Expansion / Nordic Office of Architecture

© Ivan Brodey
© Ivan Brodey

© Ivan Brodey © Ivan Brodey © Dag Spant © Knut Ramstad + 82

Oslo, Norway

Villa Vatnan / Nordic Office of Architecture

© visualis / m.c.herzog © Espen Grønli © visualis / m.c.herzog © Espen Grønli + 28

Trondheim, Norway

Details Emerge on World’s Largest Airport Terminal in Istanbul

Grimshaw, Nordic Office of Architecture (Oslo) and Haptic Architects (London) have released details on what is expected to be the world’s busiest airport terminal: Istanbul Grand Airport. Planned for the Black Sea coast, just 35 kilometers outside the city, the six-runway development, masterplanned by Arup, will serve as a modern gateway to Istanbul and Turkey.

The first of the project’s four phases is slated for completion in 2018 and will serve 90 million passengers per year. Once all phases are complete, the airport’s capacity will expand to over 150 million annual passengers, making it the world’s largest airport terminal under a single roof. 

“The Istanbul Grand Airport will be a modern, highly functional airport, with a unique sense of space,” described Nordic. “The airport is inspired by what makes Istanbul great: a large-scale, heaving metropolis with millennia of history, stunning architecture, both new and old, and a richness in color, patterns and quality of light.”

Knowledge Center at St Olavs Hospital / Ratio Arkitekter AS and Nordic Office of Architecture

© Espen Grønli © M.Herzog Visualis © M.Herzog Visualis © M.Herzog Visualis + 23

Trondheim, Norway
  • Architects: Ratio Arkitekter AS , Nordic Office of Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 18000.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2013