Semiha Toptas

Architect

Semiha Toptas

Architect
+47 488 84 961
semiha@nsw.no

Semiha received her MSc. in Architecture at Aalborg University in Denmark, specializing in Sustainability and Parametric Design. She has also studied 1 year at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey with focus on design concepts and aesthetics.

She graduated from AAU with her diploma project “A Library in Hyde Park” in 2018 with a focus on cognitive science, architectural and environmental psychology.

She joined NSW in October 2018, following previous work as in intern at Bjarke Ingels Group and at other architectural practices in Turkey, where she gained experience working on large scale projects and competitions ranging from cultural, residential to healthcare.

After joining NSW, Semiha has been working on several design competitions such as Horten Havn – HS4 and the winning team for Moss, Sterudkvartalet. She has a strong interest and expertise in early design phases with a solid graphical and aesthetical touch together with a flair for parametric designs and ways to incorporate sustainability into the architecture.

Semiha received her MSc. in Architecture at Aalborg University in Denmark, specializing in Sustainability and Parametric Design. She has also studied 1 year at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey with focus on design concepts and aesthetics.

She graduated from AAU with her diploma project “A Library in Hyde Park” in 2018 with a focus on cognitive science, architectural and environmental psychology.

She joined NSW in October 2018, following previous work as in intern at Bjarke Ingels Group and at other architectural practices in Turkey, where she gained experience working on large scale projects and competitions ranging from cultural, residential to healthcare.

After joining NSW, Semiha has been working on several design competitions such as Horten Havn – HS4 and the winning team for Moss, Sterudkvartalet. She has a strong interest and expertise in early design phases with a solid graphical and aesthetical touch together with a flair for parametric designs and ways to incorporate sustainability into the architecture.