The following diploma examinations are open to the public. This will be a very valuable learning experience for future diploma students, as well as a good exercise for our future masters in architecture to present in front of an audience. For external visitors, this will give a good insight in our program. See program!
Til orientering ettersom dagens leder i BT kommenterer på forslaget til nye kriterier for å motta statsstøtte, og i den forbindelse nevner at BAS står i fare for å miste statsstøtten.
Open lecture at BAS Friday 26. May from 1530-1630: "TRAILS" by David Crambert from the architect office Escaut
Large lecture room! Open for all.
Come by and see the result of the research and design work the students on our two master courses have done in the spring term 2017. Presentation by the students in large auditorium and studio spaces. Open for all interested. See program.
Open Lunch lecture Friday 12. May at 1200. "PROVINCE a picture book" by Guillaume Eckly from GENS association libérale d'architecture
Applied trans-disciplinary research is foundation for Anton Falkeis’ architectural work and includes acoustical phenomena, building-integrated energy production and sustainable structures as well as ‘biological approaches’ to building, structural and urban design, and the social impact of technological innovations. In close cooperation with experts from various fields some of the research findings were developed further into innovative products such as the 3D sound system, the acoustically active 3D light fields, the high-performance concrete with an outstanding reproduction quality or the multi-component molding technique. Some of the technological inventions yielded a patent, like the movable building envelope, or were built as prototypes creating new knowledge in the field of production technique, like the 3D freeform textile building envelope and the complex 3D Voronoi load bearing structure.
Open lunch lecture Thursday 11.May at 1300: Clarissa Rhomberg and Cornelia Faisst from University of Lichtenstein
Rhombergs topic will be urban nomads in China, and Faisst will talk about Maasai women.