Kornelie Solenes

Architect

Kornelie Solenes

Architect
+47 488 66 829
kornelie@nsw.no

Kornelie received her MArch after attending courses at NTNU in Trondheim and Kingston University London. Prior to that, she studied Art and Design at OsloMet, taking courses in graphic design and fashion, disciplines which continue to inform her architectural aesthetic.

She graduated from NTNU in 2016 with her diploma “Car free city, from parking to dwelling”, focusing on sustainability through the transformation of inner-city parking garages as part of a move towards a greener future. The project was nominated for the Aspelin Ramm prize.

Since joining NSW early 2017, she has worked on a wide variety of projects, from feasibility studies to large scale building projects. Kornelie has had a key involvement in the Langenga project, an ongoing large residential area in Asker, including a velodrome, and a commercial building. Through working with Avinor Kornelie has been part of multidisciplinary teams, gaining competence within airport architecture as well as designing helicopter terminals.

Kornelie is an experienced BIM-user, but also has a fondness for hand sketching. She is passionate about the use of light and color in architectural design and dedicated to sustainability in every aspect of architecture.

Kornelie received her MArch after attending courses at NTNU in Trondheim and Kingston University London. Prior to that, she studied Art and Design at OsloMet, taking courses in graphic design and fashion, disciplines which continue to inform her architectural aesthetic.

She graduated from NTNU in 2016 with her diploma “Car free city, from parking to dwelling”, focusing on sustainability through the transformation of inner-city parking garages as part of a move towards a greener future. The project was nominated for the Aspelin Ramm prize.

Since joining NSW early 2017, she has worked on a wide variety of projects, from feasibility studies to large scale building projects. Kornelie has had a key involvement in the Langenga project, an ongoing large residential area in Asker, including a velodrome, and a commercial building. Through working with Avinor Kornelie has been part of multidisciplinary teams, gaining competence within airport architecture as well as designing helicopter terminals.

Kornelie is an experienced BIM-user, but also has a fondness for hand sketching. She is passionate about the use of light and color in architectural design and dedicated to sustainability in every aspect of architecture.