Flytårnet Station


Flytårnet metro station will be located on Oslo’s new metro line Fornebubanen, connecting important com­muting hubs. It is a part of the “Future Built” program of the municipality of Oslo – the role model projects for sustain­able design.

Flytårnet is the Norwegian word for air traffic control tower and refers to the former Oslo airport that was located on this spot. Today it is an up and coming residential, cultural and business area where companies like Telenor and Equinor have their headquarters.

The station consists of a 120m long platform with two exits. Emphasizing on the emergency stair as a sculptur­al element and making generous lightwells bringing natural light down to the platform are key elements. The sculptural stair culminates in a split and evolves itself into a structure that supports the weather shelter.

Year 2019

Location Fornebu, Norway

Comission 1st Prize Prequalified International Competition

Client Municipality of Oslo

Status Starting spring 2019

Project Area 8.000 m2

Budget 110.000.000 NOK

Architects Magnus Wåge, Maria Mestres, Martin Hauge, Ona Auskelyte, Erlend Strønstad. Imago-Atelier: Ana Ribeiro, Cristovao Piairo, Antonio Dias, Duarte Vilaca, Bruno Marques, Andre Fontes, Antonio Fontes, Nuno Cruz, Tomas Allen. Jose-Gigante: Jose Gigante, Adriano Pimenta

Consultants Felix Schrader, Kai Jørgenvåg, Frank Haugom, Josep Villanueva