Oslo Airport Expansion
When Oslo Airport needed to increase capacity to accommodate 35 million passengers per year, the winning bid came from Nordic. The project involved planning and designing airside and landside areas, expanding the existing terminal building, and adding a new pier.
The result - The first BREEAM Excellent rated airport building in the world.
Nordic won the project for masterplanning a new terminal in an architectural competition in 2009. We were responsible for planning and designing all phases, right through to completion. The new terminal building more than doubles the airport’s capacity without compromising on esthetics. Taking the form of a pair of wings spread wide, the overall design brings to mind the valleys and fjords of the region.Read more
By the edge of the Black Sea, 35 km outside Istanbul, lies Istanbul Airport. Nordic and partners developed the concept design of the mind blowing airport, featuring the largest terminal in the world with the capacity to cater for 90 million passengers per year.Read more
Stockholm Arlanda Airport
The largest airport in Sweden needs to grow. And in order to increase Arlanda’s capacity from 21 million passengers per year to 36 million passengers per year by 2050, Swedavia needs to team up with someone who has developed airports before. Enter Nordic.Read more