+groma is an architectural practice led by Andrea Pinochet.

We engage in a wide range of projects and have  experience working with private commissions, material and environmental research, as well as education and exhibition design.

+groma reflects an understanding of architecture as a synthetic field —able to device concepts that operate at multiple scales and translate immaterial ideas into physical realities that often encompass much more than building matter.

The office has realised projects for companies in the film industry, designed and planned large exhibitions for Henie Onstad Art Center and is a part of the National Tourist Route program in Norway. 

+47 40 72 73 75
groma as
NO 814.118.932 MVA

Mailing address:
Damstredet 4B, 0177 Oslo, Norway

Visiting address Oslo:
Akersveien 25, 0177 Oslo, Norway

— Survey and documentation of existing buildings
— Design Proposals
— Design Development
— Construction Documents and planning
— Material research
— Teaching and curriculum development
— Environmental technology and consulting

Andrea Pinochet
Ingrid Dale
Paola Simone
Aksel Falkanger

Ole Andreas Iversen, Roman Kekel, Trym Landeggen, Maria Roca, Jannice Lok Yiu Chu, Ivana Mijic, Luba Blaskov, Lukáš Lečko, Camilla Gormsen, Mads Øiern, Kathrine Atterås, Hanne Jülke Røer, Henrik Hjorth Austad, Elisa Biolchini, Giacomo Guazzolini
— Henie Onstad Kunstsenter
— National Tourist Routes (Norwegian Roads Administration)
— Storyline Studios
— Krypton Film
— Nasjonalmuseet (The National Museum)
— Kunstnersnes Hus
— Private comissions

Andrea Pinochet
Andrea pursued her architecture degree at the Cooper Union, in New York, and has a Master in Structural and Construction Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Barcelona, where she specialized in material technology and construction processes.

Andrea is also a board member of Norsk Jord- og Halmbyggeforening  and in the electoral committee (valgkomité) in NAL.  

Teaching and research
Andrea is Associate Professor at The Oslo Schol of Architecture, and Visiting Assistant Professor at The University of Hong Kong Univeristy. She is also Associate Director of the Field Stations Program at the Wright Ingraham Institute.
In the past, she has been Technology Coordinator at Monash University (2017-2018), and Research Associate at The Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design (2010-2015). Prior to that she worked in architecture offices in New York, Barcelona, Paris and Oslo.

Related projects:
Field Stations Workshop
— Room Of Possibilities
— formworkoslo
— In Hannes Meyer's Pockets
Andrea Pinochet
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