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Oslo Gardermoen Airport

Built

Timber expansion to Oslo’s largest airport, including a new terminal building and pier to increase capacity, to create “the most sustainable airport in the world”
The expansion of Oslo Airport has more than doubled the terminal size,
increasing its capacity from 19 to 28 million passengers per year. A second
terminal building and a new pier have been constructed, boasting one of the
largest timber roofs in the world. A new roof was also introduced over the
railway station to join the new and existing terminal blocks. Bright spaces, easy
wayfinding, short walking distances and natural materials make passengers feel
safe and comfortable. The building takes advantage of passive solar energy and
sunlight, and features low-carbon technologies like district heating and natural
thermal energy.

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Project information

Status

Built

Borough

* N/A Outside of London

Size

140000 sq m

Estimated completion

April 2017


Location

Korallsoppveien 12A, 1476 Rasta, Norway


Team Credits

Client

Oslo Luffthavn AS, Avinor

Architect

Nordic - Office of Architecture

Structural Engineer

AKT II

Client

Narud Stokke Wiig Architects

Architect

Haptic Architects


Listed by

AKT II

Last updated on

29/07/2021


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