1 week workshop at the Bergen School of Architecture. Two groups worked on longer spanning projects, one a portal at Fisketorvet and one physical activation in Møhlenpris. The rest of the students divided into two groups and engaged in situations at the school: replacing a small staircase and adding a bathing-structure to the waterfront. The workshop was arranged in a collaboration between the Bergen School of Architecture and the Norwegian Steel Association.
Do you need to know how to use the elektronic maps at BAS library? This lecture is about electronic maps, and Qgis, things you need to know as an architect tudent at BAS.
You should attend with a pc/mac, you will benefit more if you have some electronic maps on you computer and the Qgis software.
This workshop is only open to BAS students.
WORK(S) ON DISPLAY FROM THE URBAN ARCHITECTURAL REPRESENTATION COURSE FOR THE 3RD YEAR STUDIES INCLUDING PRAHA STUDY TOUR ANALYTICAL SKETCHING; COURSE WORKS AND STUDY RESULTS AND COURSE UNDERSTANDING IN REPRESENTING URBAN WATERFRONT SITU-ATIONS IN BERGEN VIA ARCHITECTURAL, ANALYTICAL, OPEN_MINDED, POETIC_ARTISTIC EXERCISES. THE THREE WEEK INTENSIVE AND CONDENSED COURSE WAS LEAD BY PROFESSOR APP/DAV THOMAS WIESNER WITH BAS TEACHER WINNIE WESTERLUND, ARCH. GJØRAN DØRHEIM (MODELS) WITH ARCH. ELI GOLDSTEIN AT FINAL REVIEWS.
The Lecture “Care” will discuss the role and responsibilities of architects, students and architectural education in areas subject to change and deprivation. Robert will show socially engaged projects that work with contexts as diverse as London, West Belfast and India. He will also share the professional and ethical issues raised by his current involvement with the refugee crises in Europe including with the recently demolished refugee camp in Calais known as “The Jungle”. Read more.
Frokostmøte er eit samarbeid mellom Bergen kommune, Hordaland fylkeskommune og Fylkesmannens Landbruksavdeling, Husbanken, Høgskolen i Bergen og Bergen Arkitekthøgskole. Møta er gratis og opne for alle. Les meir.
The Seeking Sanctuary exhibition presents projects responding to urgent and everyday needs for refugees and host communities. The works on display showcase the possibilities of creating normality in extraordinary situations through architecture, planning and design.