BSc (Hons), DipArch, MNAL, RIBAtomas@hapticarchitects.com
Tomas Stokke co-founded Haptic Architects in 2009 with Scott Grady, Timo Haedrich and Nikki Butenschøn. As a Norwegian national, based in London, Tomas shares his time between the London and Oslo offices.
Tomas oversees Haptic’s international work and is the lead on some of Haptic’s major projects, such as the Norwegian Government Headquarters, Noida International Airport, Oslo Airport City and a large new waterside development for a marine centre and aquarium in Oslo.
He oversees Haptic’s R&D arm, Haptic Green, and has taught, lectured, exhibited, and been published internationally. He is a member of the Van Alen Institute’s International Council, supporting the creation of equitable cities through inclusive design. He also liaises closely with the group Oslo Metropolitan Area (OMA) and is involved in Oslo Urban Week.
Tomas is a key member of Londonon and believes strongly in collaboration – working extensively with the network of London practices and contacts in Oslo. International collaboration is key to Tomas’ approach, making people happy through design.