Open Diploma examinations 2019

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. 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.

OPEN DIPLOMA EXAMINATIONS 2019

 

THURSDAY 27. JUNE

1100-1145

Åsmund Hårklau (2.floor)

Augmentations - Giving continuation to ephemeral experiences and relations in a changing city

Therese Saltvedt (5. Floor)

Rom for -introducing Staalehuset as an artist collective and public space.

 

1200-1245

Bjørnar Haveland (cathedral)

The Island of (in)stability -or a hotel for visiting foreigners in the middle of town.

Success Okeke (2.floor)

WHERE  IS  IGBO-UKWU? Retracing the Igbo culture through architecture
 

1400-1500

Lotte Bull Berg/Frida Skaara (silo)

Værbitt - An arctic dwelling in Longyearbyen

Stian Fammestad/Sveinung Havn
(6. floor)

Ring the changes - Investigating how an alternative urban planning of the Olympic games can generate a future use of it`s facilities and a more sustainable local development.
 

 

 

 

FRIDAY 28. JUNE

1100-1145

Pål Eikås (5.floor)

Layers Unfolded -an open-ended continuation of the city narrative

Daniel Rydland (7.floor)

Archeology of an empty zoo

 

1200-1245

Qilong Chen/Ziqian Zhang (7.floor)

Mesopolis- the relaunch of Chinese urban development

Frida Nytun Forshei (6,5)

Egne Rom

 

1400-1500

Håvard Fadnes/Jostein Gundersen (messanin)

Linjelangs -Connecting six villages along Sørlandsbanen
 

Marte Fjeldsbø/Christian Schiøtz (hall)

(re)Search

 

 

SATURDAY 29. JUNE

1100-1145

Tord Øyen (messanin)

ON (WOODEN) GROUND FLOOR -displaying the governance of Bergen
 

 

1200-1245

Ida Wressel/Nikolina Søgnen (Cathedral)
Barking up the right tree - or how to promote local wood knowledge in western Norwegian communities

Ingrid Jordheim (7.floor)

HOME An investigation in housing -from market based commodities to improving the quality of life. 

1400-1445

Alica Lu Lin (hall, Fishingmuseum)

RECLAIM: Assembling Old and New Wood for Everyday Spaces in Sandviken

 

Kristine Reppe (2.floor)

At Adamstuen -Applying gender mainstreaming principles to urban spaces