The third volume in the esteemed Nordic Architects series focuses on the global impact of urbanization and the escalating climate crisis. Architects all over the world face the challenge of creating buildings and cities that are sustainable and inclusive. The ability to respond to this challenge will define the architecture of the 21st century and foster a new wave of innovative and critical designs. This has particular resonance in the world’s northernmost regions, where many look to find benchmarks of urban innovation and problem-solving through quality design.
Edited by Kristoffer Lindhardt Weiss, this book presents the Nordic region’s foremost architectural practices through original images of iconic works and insightful conversations with each architectural office. Included in the book are projects from 60 Nordic architecture studios, among them Bjarke Ingels Group, Reiulf Ramstad, Snøhetta and Tham & Videgård.