OPEN DIPLOMA EXAMINATIONS 2017

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!

It is very important that you are quiet and do not interfere or disturb the examinations in any way. We do not want you to be in school outside the schedule below, as there are examinations going on all over school.  Be present in the exhibition space 10 minutes before it starts.  Please note that there are parallel examinations going on, as there are two assessors team working.

 

TUESDAY 27. JUNE

1000-1045

James Barber (7.floor)

Basalt & Vines -Preservation through cooperative production

Thomas Nesheim (hall)

VELO:CITY -Re-directing Rygge Airport to an ”Alternate” destination.

1100-1145

Ida Skogstad (cathedral)

Plants to make Prosfygika beautiful, stones to make her safe -Looking at the hopes and possibilities of a neglected neighborhood to become a mediator for reclaiming the city of Athens

Vågard Nyaas (silo)

SEASONAL SEASCAPES - Revitalizing productive commons through local action

 

1200-1245

Andreas Melve (7.floor)

Paths to informality -Public library and community spaces

Mari Laupsa (mesanin)

my/our/their share. I/we/they share - An inner city kindergarten located in Bergen, Norway

1400-1445

Yonghyun Ahn (silo)

Gongbaek, A space for winter -A liminal Situation. Studios and Spaces of Contemplation for artists on Svínoy, a Faroese Island.

Luise Storch (2.floor)

ANCHORING -THE URBANISING OF KRISTIANSHOLM // Sandviken, Bergen, Norway

1500-1545

Sondre Bakken/Chris Byrne (3.floor)

Towards a modern ruralism -Investigating the potential of west coast countryside

Sebastian Uthaug/Audun Hammersland (mesanin)

1:20 - Room logistics for the Art scene in Bergen

 

WEDNESDAY 27. JUNE

1000-1045

David Harris (4.floor)

Bergen Eco Settlement - an alternative living layer in Bergen

 

Marielle Nordnes (5.floor)

RETUN: Our collective memory meets cabin suburb and densification in Stavang, Flora.

1100-1145

Matyáš Cigler   (5.floor)

REKINDLING ŠUMAVA -Cultural rehabilitation of rural settlements through traditional crafts and local resources

 

1200-1245

 

Atdhe Belegu (7.floor)

“03 Assembly Palace” -A contextualized restructure and adaptation of local assets in Fjell, Drammen.

1400-1445

Bjarte B Sandal (hall)

The Hereditary City -Enhancing the legacy of Traditional Timber Craftsmanship in the modern city of Bergen, Norway

Miriam S. Pierson (7.floor)

Strandgaten Through A Gender Lens -A street beyond the default

 

1500-1545

Vilde Kjærsdalen/Benjamin Velure (mesanin) LYS I GLASA - LIGHT IN THE WINDOWS: Transformation of an apple farm located by a river in Hardanger

Roy Husevåg (silo)

Forecasting ruin(s)

 

 

 

                THURSDAY 29. JUNE 2017

1000-1045

Ling Lee (hall)

(Water Occupation) - A Soft Protest for Water and Settlements

 

Christine Hallanger (silo)   

The revitalization of PM5 and Smieøya -Expanding the public life of Skien to Smieøya with adaptable program use of the factory and the island

1100-1145

Per Jansson (silo)

W A L L E D  T R E S A U R I E S -Courtyard space in Stockholm as a future resource for new public meeting spaces, and an increased quality of life for residents.

 

1200-1245

Jan Tore Kristoffersen (silo)

LOST AND FOUND -Adaption for mixed use, where one of Northern Europe’s largest collected drug scene have become concentrated

 

1400-1445

Susanna Lindvall (silo)

Ceremony of Space - Creating a secular alternative to the multitude of religiour buildings in Stockholm with tools retrieved from the past and the present for the future.

 

1500-1545

Sheopol Barzan (2.floor)

112 DARI SÊO - a living memorial