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Industriveien Urban Development

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Industriveien Urban Development

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Type: Feasability study
Client: Bærum kommune
Program: housing, elementary school, campus development
Size: 100.000 m2
Location: Sandvika, Norway
Status: Delivered 2015

Team: Anne Bjørndal, Eric Reid, Magnus Jørgensen

Collaborators: Norconsult AS

 

Rodeo Architects, together with Norconsult, were commissioned by the municipality of Bærum parttake in a feasibility study to show possibilities for urban development at a site west of the city center, Industriveien

The area measures close to 100 000 m2, and has mainly had industry and storage functions in the past. The team suggested a mixed development, consisting of different types of housing, retail, workshops, offices (office campus), an elementary school, kindergardens, culture, public space and a new neighborhood park, connected to the school. 

The primary aim for the team has been finding way to combine the old and the new, encouraging local industry and businesses to stay and grow, whilst making space for a new - children and family friendly - urban center. 

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Type: Feasability study
Client: Bærum kommune
Program: housing, elementary school, campus development
Size: 100.000 m2
Location: Sandvika, Norway
Status: Delivered 2015

Team: Anne Bjørndal, Eric Reid, Magnus Jørgensen

Collaborators: Norconsult AS

 

Rodeo Architects, together with Norconsult, were commissioned by the municipality of Bærum parttake in a feasibility study to show possibilities for urban development at a site west of the city center, Industriveien

The area measures close to 100 000 m2, and has mainly had industry and storage functions in the past. The team suggested a mixed development, consisting of different types of housing, retail, workshops, offices (office campus), an elementary school, kindergardens, culture, public space and a new neighborhood park, connected to the school. 

The primary aim for the team has been finding way to combine the old and the new, encouraging local industry and businesses to stay and grow, whilst making space for a new - children and family friendly - urban center.