15.12.2020

SLA wins first project in India

We are happy to share that we have won our first project in India: The new passenger terminal of DELHI NOIDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. SLA is appointed winner by client Zurich Airport International together with a consortium consisting of Nordic Office of Architecture, Grimshaw Architects, Haptic Architects and STUP.
For our winning project we have designed multiple green spaces both inside and around the terminal, drawing on the lush surrounding valleys and historic cultivation landscapes to create a pleasant, rich and unique visitor experience.

“The aim of our nature design for Delhi Noida International Airport is to make its unique location felt from the moment you touch down. By bringing the lush valley nature and local agricultural landscapes right into the terminal and the entrance plazas we create a welcome that is far from the generic airport experience, but founded strongly in Delhi’s nature and culture,” says SLA partner and design principal Rasmus Astrup.

In the competition, SLA has drawn heavily on our knowledge and expertise in plant science and microclimate designs in subtropical climates – competencies that will also be essential in the coming detail design and realization of the terminal.

20.09.2021

SLA enters Climate Partnership with Bærum Municipality

We are thrilled to share that we have won the innovation partnership to develop a new tool for integrating stormwater management and urban planning for Bærum Kommune in Norway.

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13.09.2021

Join the talk with Rasmus Astrup and Jan Gehl

On Thursday September 16th, SLA partner and design principal Rasmus Astrup and architect and urban consultant Jan Gehl will together give the talk Framing Outdoor Spaces.
The talk is part of the 3 Days of Design festival and is organized by D Studio and Louis Poulsen.
Get your tickets here.

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10.09.2021

SLA joins OAT's Triennalelaug

We are happy to join the executive partnership, Triennalelauget, for the Oslo Architecture Triennale to help shape the important discussions on the future development of Norwegian cities and societies.

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