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2015 Stirling Prize winner shortlisted for university in Norway

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Allford Hall Monaghan Morris has been named on the shortlist in the competition for a new £80 million university building in Bergen, Norway

Working in collaboration with London and Oslo based Haptic Architects, this year’s Stirling Prize winner is competing against four other teams to design The Energy and Technology (EnTek) research facility.

When completed the new 18,000m² laboratory and research building will play a major part in the university’s ambition ‘to be the leading centre for energy research in Norway’.

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) has previously worked with Haptic Architects on its competition submission for the £160 million convention centre in Brunstad, Norway (see AJ 22.06.11).

Shortlist in full

  • Allford Hall Monaghan Morris/Haptic Architects with Gross.Max and Buro Happold
  • HLM architects/B+B architects with Sweco Norway
  • Henning Larsen Architects/ABO architects with Multiconsult
  • LPO Architects with Norconsult
  • Arkitema/Cubus Architects

Tomas Stokke director at Haptic, said: ‘We are delighted to be shortlisted for this exciting competition, which builds upon our growing portfolio of buildings in and around Bergen. The site and program is unique and challenging - we are looking forward to developing the project with Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.’

Paul Monaghan founding director of AHMM added: ‘We are excited to working again with Haptic on such a prestigious competition in this beautiful city.’

 

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