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He has led several large scale projects within a variety of sectors and has extensive international experience. He leads Haptic’s airport projects and is also responsible for the Scandinavian projects in the practice. Tomas has been a key member of the team for Istanbul International Airport, Arctic Circle Airport, Hanimaadhoo Airport, Arctic Ocean Airport and the competition winning entry for Riga International Airport.
Tomas has taught, lectured, exhibited and been published internationally and has experience in international jury work.
Tomas is a member of the Van Alen Institute’s International Council www.vanalen.org
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Scott leads many of Haptic's UK projects in the masterplanning, residential, hospitality and infrastructure sectors. He is currently working on the HS2 terminal at Euston, alongside Grimshaw Architects. His other large scale achievements include The London Cancer Hub, which is an ambitious plan to create the world’s leading life-science and healthcare district, specialising in cancer research and treatment.
Scott was previously an associate at Hamiltons. He was educated at the Bartlett, University College London. Scott is a regular critic at the London schools and is a Camden Design Review panel member. Scott is a member of the Van Alen Institute’s International Council.
Nikki is currently setting up a design department within the studio; he will oversee Haptic Design - offering clients a full range of design services. Nikki won the 2019 Designers Saturday Award for his work for Restaurant Haakon. Judges praised him for using a ‘very restrained, yet sophisticated palette’. His other achievements for Haptic include the 300-room conference hotel 'Quality Hotel Expo' described by Visit Norway as a project which ‘set a new standard for creating inspiring environments’. He has also designed a penthouse and additional luxury apartments for the former home of the BBC, as well as a new office space for consultancy Arkwright.
Prior to joining Haptic Nikki worked for Arkitekturverkstedet with Tomas. Nikki studied interior architecture at the Chelsea College of Art and Design and architecture at the Royal Danish Art Academy in Copenhagen and University of Sydney, Australia. He also studied furniture design at the Oslo Academy of Art. Nikki has taught at the Oslo Institute of Design.
Timo studied at Kingston University and the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. He has taught at the Metropolitan University of London and at the University of Brighton.
At Haptic, Timo has led several large scale projects within a variety of sectors, including a number of residential projects across Europe and in the UK.
Dimitris joined Haptic in March 2014 and has since then worked on a variety of projects from concept to construction. Projects include Rosemoor studios in Chelsea, Istanbul Grand Airport, Television Centre Apartments and Mo I Rana Airport. He is currently working on the HS2 Euston station in collaboration with Grimshaw Architects. He was promoted to Associate in 2017.
Dimitris acts as a mentor to staff at Haptic who partake their professional exams. He is a third year technical tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture and a visiting lecturer at Central St Martins College.
After moving to London, Lucia joined Piercy & Company where she became a key member of the studio, working on a wide range of projects across all sectors. Amongst others, these include a large mixed used development of residential, retail and commercial typologies for Argent at Kings Cross, a commercial scheme for LandSec in Southwark and a collection of small residential commissions for private clients.
Lucia joined Haptic Architects in 2018, forming part of the team delivering a multi-purpose leisure pavilion for Argent at Kings Cross.
She joined Haptic Architects in April 2019, following previous work as an architect at the Copenhagen-based JAC studios, where she also interned during her studies.
Her research-based and narrative-driven approach has led her work in the field of renovation and exhibition design. She has gained experience working on residential and smaller scale projects, with a focus on fine detailing and considered use of materials.
Parallel to her studies, she has been an organizer of several workshops and events, such as the European Architecture Students Assembly. Prior to her architectural studies, she completed a one year study programme in Psychology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim.
Nick received his MArch in Architecture with distinction from the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2014 where he received both RIBA Bronze medal and RIBA Silver medal nominations, and won the RIBA Donaldson Medal and the Sir Banister Fletcher Medal for his student work. Nick is the recent recipient of the RIBA Silver Medal 2014.
Nick has worked at Foster + Partners, tutored at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London and has led drawing workshops at the Bartlett School of Architecture. He has worked on many freelance visualisation commissions featured in international press and exhibitions such as the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Alongside visualisation work, Nick has worked on design and architectural projects such as The Queen's Jubilee Barge, Thames Estuary Airport, Apple Headquarters CA, West Kowloon Cultural District and Istanbul New Airport.
Prior to joining Haptic Filippo worked for Snøhetta where he took part in large architecture projects as well several interior and branding projects, and for Antonio Citterio & Partners where he worked as a furniture designer. His work has included the Competition proposal for the San Pellegrino flagship factory and visitor centre in Milan, the restoration of The Caranavalet Museum in Paris and the entrance design for the Metro Donostialdea in San Sebastián, and the King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture.
Filippo is a Dottore in Architettura from the Faculty of Architecture, Milan. He also studied at London Guildhall University and the National College of Art and Design, Dublin.
After moving to London, Konstantina joined Stockwool Architects and Woods Bagot where she worked on mixed-use, residential, hospitality and urban regeneration projects. She has all-round project stage experience in concept and planning through to construction. Her design approach marries various disciplines including ubanism, architecture, art and design.
Konstantina is currently part of the design team working together with Grimshaw and Arup for the new HS2 Euston Station.
Prior to joining Haptic Emma was Head of Communications for luxury development company Manhattan Loft Corporation whose projects include Manhattan Loft Gardens, The St Pancras Renaissance Hotel and Chiltern Firehouse. She was also Head of Marketing and New Business at Stirling prize winning architects Haworth Tompkins where she promoted the studio’s work at Battersea Arts Centre, The Royal College of Art and The Silchester Estate. As a Press Officer for Westminster City Council Emma was responsible for promoting The West End and she launched the Oxford Street Diagonals Crossing which featured on all news channels and the front page of The Times.
Emma read English Language and Literature at Oxford University, after which she joined Design Week as a journalist before starting her career in PR.
Agnieszka has been responsible for many projects in the Retail and Arts and Cultural sectors. Prior to joining Haptic Agnieszka set up Glowacka Rennie Architects, and subsequently set up Studio Glowacka. Her work has included The Victoria and Albert Museum’s Women’s Amenities as part of FuturePlan at The Victoria and Albert Museum, RIBA Forgotten Spaces an exhibition design at Somerset House and multiple temporary experiences including 100% Design ’Material Cloud’ Bar for 100% Design show at Olympia.
Agnieszka has run two design units at The Bartlett, one with Haptic Director Tomas Stokke.
Penny has over 12 years of architectural administrative experience, having previously worked for Richmond International, PRP, BDP and UNIT Architects before joining Haptic in May 2015.
She worked as an HR Manager for an international company for four years, and spent 15 years working in different positions in the public sector as a manager, executive officer and financial employee.
Hilde is a member of several boards, which look after central music organisations in Oslo and also works as a manager for a cultural institution in Oslo.
Hilde studied Economics, Administration and Law in Mo i Rana,Norway.
Madeleine is co-curator of the British Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2020. She sits on the National Infrastructure Commission’s Design Group and Young Professionals Panel, and has taught and lectured at universities including the Architectural Association, the University of Sheffield and the University of London. She was shortlisted for BD's 2019 Female Architectural Leader of the Year Award.
She has worked in both the Oslo and London offices and was charged with the design and delivery of large airport service buildings in Bergen and Kristiansund, Norway.
She is currently working on a variety of building typologies; such as the regeneration of Straume in Bergen and airport masterplans.
She has worked in leading creative companies, art collections, galleries and museums including the Daniel and Florence Guerlain Contemporary Art Foundation, The Wallace Collection, Tate Britain, The Society of British and International Design, Stanton Williams Architects and TM Lighting.
Geraldine is a visual artist and an art educator. She is a member of ArtCan, a non-profit arts organisation that promotes artists through profile raising activities and exhibitions.
Geraldine joined Haptic Architects in 2018 where she became a key member of the business support team.
Ole Jacob has worked on a variety of projects ranging from pavilions to large scale public buildings. He has particularly been involved with restorations of listed buildings, and has experience with technical drawing, registration work and concept development.
Ole Jacob is especially interested in 3D-modelling and architectural representation, as well as being a keen photographer.
As well as completing his own projects, he has worked at Grüntuch Ernst Architekten, Transborder Studio and Momentum Architects. There he gained extensive knowledge in a variety of projects of different scale, ranging from competitions to the interdisciplinary work in detail planning and construction phases of complex public projects. Hans-Christoph has recently played a key role in the delivery of large hospital projects in Norway and is a firm believer in the potential that modern technology plays in the development, management and delivery of complex building projects.
Hans-Christoph joined Haptic in February 2018 to work on a variety of projects including the Straume tower and the new Government Headquarters in Oslo.
Prior to joining Haptic Johan worked at Henning Larsen, Oslo Airport and Tag Arkitekter. There he gained extensive knowledge in a variety of projects from large scale builds to tiny living. Johan has recently played a key role in the delivery of the largest collocation of a veterinary institute and college in Norway, eight interconnected buildings of 63 000 m2 in Ås. He has also worked on projects such as the extension of the new Oslo airport, offices, branding and commercial projects, art exhibitions, art installations and several large-scale housing complexes such as Tiedemannsbyen Petersborgkvartalet. Johan is currently working on the new Government Headquarters in Oslo.
Parallel to his work, he is designing tiny living projects.
Aksel joined Haptic in March 2018, after 10 years’ experience from the Asplan Viak office in Oslo, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary teamwork and project management. He brings extensive experience across a wide range of scales and programmes from a mix of private and public commissioners, such as healthcare, education, culture, sports and housing.
He has been part of several large-scale projects, including the Fornebu Housing and mixed-use development: a 6500-housing expansion for OBOS. He has also headed up projects such as an emergency hospital in Ski outside Oslo; a transformation of the main port area in Horten for cultural purposes; and several public schools in Norway, such as Østensjø School in Oslo. Aksel is currently managing some of the ongoing projects in Norway.
Anthony recieved his BSc and MArch from the Bartlett School of Architecture. He joined Haptic in 2013 after completing his undergraduate studies, where he recieved the Fitzroy Robinson Drawing Prize, and has returned to the practice following his postgraduate studies.
Since joining the practice, Anthony has worked in both our London and Oslo offices on a variety of building typologies, ranging from private houses and commercial office refurbishments to large scale residential developments and masterplans. He has particular experience in teams developing airport designs and a keen interest in BIM modelling.
Chris joined Haptic in 2012 and has worked on several key projects for the practice. He has particular experience in the residential, mixed use and hospitality sectors, throughout a wide range of development phases.
Chris completed both Part I and II studies at the Bartlett School of Architecture, attaining first class honours and a RIBA Bronze Medal nomination in 2008. He completed his Part III Diploma with merit at the University of Westminster in 2014.
Before joining Haptic, Chris worked at BDP and Surface Architects. Here he gained broad experience in the education sector, notably on two BSF projects for Islington and Hull.