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Haptic Architects + Oslo Works首次公布了奥斯陆福尼布码头(Fornebu Brygge)改造再生计划。该项目位于奥斯陆市中心外的峡湾边,计划将一个废弃的停车场改造成一个开创可持续海洋经济的全球中心。

Haptic Architects + Oslo WorksDesigns by Haptic and Oslo Works have been unveiled for the first time for the regeneration of Fornebu Brygge, a fjord-side location just outside central Oslo that will transform a disused parking lot into a global centre for pioneering a sustainable ocean economy. The scheme has been designed for developer Selvaag and technology investor We Are Human, who collaborated on the initial concept, property development and detailed planning proposals through their dedicated development company, Fornebu Brygge AS.


Fornebu Brygge Aerial © Aesthetica Studio
© Aesthetica Studio




The proposed plan facilitates a 45,000 m2 waterside scheme that features an iconic visitor attraction, the Fjordarium, a local, ethical aquarium, with underwater galleries focused on discovering the fjord, and its future. This forms part of a wider knowledge hub of flexible workspaces for marine industry and ocean-tech businesses, researchers and start-ups.

The proposed scheme also features a marine centre, water sports centre, restaurants and cafes and a new ferry terminal, set within a newly landscaped waterfront. Overall, it would extend the publicly accessible shoreline by 1,000 metres, and create two new bays, including an 8,000 sqm public park.


Site Plan © Haptic Architects and Oslo Works
Elevation © Haptic Architects and Oslo Works



The Fornebu Brygge redevelopment plan forms an important part of the urban development of the wider peninsula, which will include new residential neighbourhoods, office buildings, social and cultural functions, including the new school and cultural centre, Tårnkvartalet, by Haptic Architects in partnership with PIR2. An extension of Oslo’s Metro line connecting the neighbouring destinations on Fornebu to each other, and to Oslo’s city centre.


Fornebu Brygge Urban and Wharf Buildings © Aesthetica Studio


设计方案包括三个关键区域 —— 峡湾、码头和城市。每个区域都有独特的建筑和规模,以使整个开发项目具有不同的轮廓。该方案将为该地区提供一系列的滨水互动和体验,并为海洋生物保护、可持续食品和能源生产以及绿色海洋运输解决方案的创新提供舞台。

The design proposal for Fornebu Brygge features three key areas – Fjord, Wharf, and Urban. Each carries a distinctive architecture and scale, to give the overall development a varied silhouette. The scheme would provide the region with a range of waterfront interactions and experiences, and an arena for innovation in marine life preservation, sustainable food and energy production, and green ocean transport solutions.


Longitudinal section © Haptic Architects and Oslo Works
Fjord Section © Haptic Architects and Oslo Works




Fjord is envisaged as the educational centre of the scheme, and home to the Fjordarium that will provide a window directly into the fjord, giving way to an immersive visitor experience. It will also include a restaurant and bar, gallery and event space, research laboratories, workspaces for researchers, and teaching rooms distributed above and below water.

The Wharf, also on the shoreline, is designed as an innovation arena, with low-rise workshops and conference facilities, from one to three stories, along with a marina with floating saunas. The Urban area, slightly set back from the water, consists of mid-rise workspace buildings ranging between one and nine floors, with publicly activated ground floor levels, interconnected by a fine mesh of public spaces and an accessible quayside promenade.


The Fjordarium © Aesthetica Studio



The Fjordarium building has been designed in close dialogue with the Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA) to best preserve marine biodiversity, both underwater and along the shoreline. The building is designed to withstand the fjord’s waves and currents and bring natural light into the spaces below water level. Enabling unique exposure to the Oslofjord, it will focus on challenges and solutions for cleaning the fjord, which has been heavily polluted as a result of agricultural waste.


The Fjordarium Exterior © Aesthetica Studio
The Fjordarium Exterior © Aesthetica Studio


挪挪威作为一个主要的海洋经济体,在地缘政治和历史上都处于独特的位置,因此建筑师还与 “We Are Human”合作,将水族馆打造成一个提供虚实双重体验的目的地,在探索新的蓝色经济时充当一个全球学习平台,并为环境可持续性和海洋再生方法带来绿色转变。


市政府将福尼布区域作为碳中和发展目标的一部分,这些建筑的建造将主要基于木结构和碳中和混凝土的使用。此外,项目团队还与Nordic Circles合作,研究从退役的石油钻井平台、船舶和石油管道中提取的海洋钢铁作为新建筑群结构和非结构部件的再利用潜力。

Norway is uniquely located both geopolitically and historically as a major ocean economy, and the architects have also worked in collaboration with We Are Human to design the Fjordarium as both a physical and virtual destination, acting as a global learning platform when it comes to discovering the drivers for the new blue economy, and bringing about a green shift towards environment sustainability and a regenerative approach to our oceans.

The scheme includes two heritage buildings within the Wharf district, the old seaplane terminal turned restaurant and the former guardhouse for the Sea Rescue Service. The transformation of the existing parking lot to a walkable landscape with green spaces, an accessible waterfront and a new public harbour puts the heritage buildings in the centre in the new context.

As part of the municipality’s ambition for a carbon neutral development of Fornebu, the buildings are based largely on timber constructions and the use of carbon neutral concrete. In addition, the project is among others working with Nordic Circles to investigate the potential reuse of marine steel from decommissioned oil rigs, ships and oil pipes as structural and non-structural components in the new building mass.


© Haptic Architects, Oslo Works and BOGL1
© Haptic Architects, Oslo Works and BOGL2
© Haptic Architects, Oslo Works and BOGL3
© Haptic Architects, Oslo Works and BOGL4


项目名称:Fornebu Brygge
项目地点:挪威 奥斯陆
建筑设计:Haptic Architects和Oslo Works
客户:Fornebu Bryge AS
景观设计:BOGL – landscape architects
潜艇结构工程师:Core Marine
可持续发展顾问:Vill Engergi

Project name: Fornebu Brygge
Project location: Oslo, Norway
Architect: Haptic Architects and Oslo Works
Client Fornebu Brygge AS
Landscape architects: BOGL – landscape architects
Marine biologists: NIVA
Biologists: NINA
Structural engineers: NODE
Submarine structural engineers: Core Marine
Sustainable Consultants: Vill Engergi
Geotechnics and environmental pollution: NGI
Mobility, watermanagment, sound- & air pollution, climate & energy, HVAC: Rambøll
Fire safety: Sweco




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