Scott Bruce Doig is Design Director and architect, based in Haptic’s Oslo studio. There he leads the architectural design of the office, specializing in the conceptual design of new commissions, and leading competition design entries. He has led the design of Haptic’s successful competitions for the new urban plan for Indre Laksevåg harbour area in Bergen, Hjertlia housing area in Hønefoss, the Follo Museum in Drøbak and the new Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing, China.
Previously he was Architectural Director at NSW Arkitektur, where he designed several prominent new projects in Norway – notably the competition winning designs for the new Vestland county offices in Bergen, and the redevelopment of the Sterudkvartalet historic urban area in central Moss.
Prior to moving to Norway in 2016, Scott worked in Haptic’s London office. There he worked on several of UK and International projects, including the design phase of Rosemoor Studios in Kensington & Chelsea, London, and large-scale international airports in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, and Marseille, France. Before joining Haptic in 2015 he gained international experience working in China and Spain.