GPA develops Sarpsborg’s infrastructure

The Norwegian National Rail Administration, Jernbaneverket, has invited Gottlieb Paludan Architects and Rambøll to participate as consultants on the parallel assignment for urban development around a new transport hub in Sarpsborg in Southern Norway.


Three GPA projects nominated for international design awards

Three of Gottlieb Paludan Architects’ major projects have been nominated for prestigious international awards. Nørreport Station has been nominated for the British lighting award Darc Awards, Byens Bro in Odense for the highly regarded World Architecture Festival Award, and the as-yet-not-finished BIO4 CHP unit at Amagerværket is up for LEAF’s (Leading European Architecture Forum) architectural award.


GPA wins large Norwegian infrastructure project

Gottlieb Paludan Architects (GPA) has won the design competition to produce Europe’s longest Bus Rapid Transit system. The winning proposal is an overall concept for the entire ambitious public infrastructure project, Bussveien (The Bus Route), in and around Stavanger in Norway. Bussveien, which is slated for completion around 2021, will be about 50 kilometres in total and have nearly 90 stops.