OPEN DIPLOMA EXAMINATIONS 2018

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. Read more!

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.

WEDNESDAY 27. JUNE 2018

Time

 

 

1000-1045

Kazhben Rashid (6,5)
CODE 6 -Examining an architecture that guards, provides trust, assurance, and comfort when it was once was taken

Julie Grindborg (2.etg)
FRAMEWORKS
Investigating the potential in Hamar’s empty spaces through conversations, participation and imagination

1100-1145

Auste Cijunelyte (3.etg)
"Still active"
How architecture can provide an urban network for engaged senior citizens to share knowledge in the rural environment of Askøy

Turid Skåden (silo)
Ghost
Investigating industrial ghosts, their spatial impact on the surroundings and potential productive future

1200-1245

Ingeleiv A. Midttun (2.etg)
Abandoned
An investigation of potential reuse of abandoned farms in western Norway

Kjell Hafnor (mesanin)
(Open) Form of knowledge - An alternative expansion of the University of Stavanger

1400-1445

Haoyang Wang (6,5)
blur the boundary_ the combination of gated community and urban public space

Andreas Tveit (silo)
Stauros -Proposal for a new church in Klepp

1500-1600

Sveinung Gjessing+Anders D. Tellefsen (mesanin)
Connectors –Splicing of urbanities and the development of a new landscape in Sandvika, Bærum

Thea Håheim +Marit Heggland (silo)
Expedition 70°N 31°E

An architectural expedition in Kiberg, Norway

 

 

 

THURSDAY 28. JUNE 2018

1100-1145

Jorge Manas Alvarez (cathedral)
DECAY AND VITALITY.
Rediscovering "the most outstanding architectural achievement of the Cuban Revolution" through transforming the landscape within it.

1200-1245

Florian Härle (7.etg)
Traceless - Nature emphasizing shelters with low visual impact for active explorers in Utladalen, Norway

1400-1445

Øyvind Kristiansen (Hall)
Relating to your neighbor -Discussing living between suburban and urban by re-using an old structure

1500-1545

Preben Holst (6,5 floor)
FORGLEMMEGEI A home for people with dementia in Bergen

1600-1700

Siri Nordeide + Andrea Ellefsen (6,5 floor)
No longer, but not yet. 
- an investigation of liminality and a search for new potential in the industrial heritage of Laksevåg, Bergen

 

FRIDAY 29. JUNE 2018

1100-1145

Karoline Kolby (2.etg.)
The Hat-House and the Spirit of Place - a mnemonic investigation of a town house in Trondheim (what it was, what it is and what it might be)

Karla Jaeger (Silo)
THE REST IS NOISE
Enlightening Nygård through Movement And sound

1200-1245

Carmen Roman (2.etg.).
Riverside rhythms and a boathouse 
- towards a stronger relation between a city and its river

Arnulf Hasle (6,5 floor)
New Place, Same Location - Transformation of the Mustad Factory in Gjøvik

1400-1445

Livie Johansen (4.etg.)
The brick and the space in between - a transformation of an old factory in Figgjo outside of Sandnes, Rogaland

Sondre N. Urtegård (2.etg)
A rural experiment
Futuristic development studies of Nesbyen - a small mountainous town in Norway

1500-1545

 

Aksel Ervik (Hall)
REORDER -An alternative approach to heritage conservation through adaptive reuse of the National Gallery, Oslo