Lecturer Penny Lewis with students from Scott Sutherland School of Architecture, Aberdeen come to school Wednesday in their second visit related to their two year master project on ‘Norway after the oil’. They have been working on the Bergen area and will present their work and approaches along with some reflections from Scotland, In big auditorium. Welcome!
Lionel Devlieger will talk about the current practice of deconstruction, and Rotor’s current take on it. He will connect this to the particular dynamics attached to ‘barren’ environments, whether natural or man-made, and the perspective it gives to the contemporary condition of dealing with the existing.
This week a group of students from Münster School of Architecture in Germany is visiting BAS. This school is one of the Erasmus partner schools that BAS has collaboration with, and it possible to study 1-2 terms there as an exchange student. Come by and learn more about their school!
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.
This talk will bridge experiments with independent living and disability studies in Berkeley and feminist projects in the 60s and 70s, leading to the ways we deal with migration and refugeeism today. Ignacio Gonzales Galan will use Radical Pedagogies as a framework and start with some experiments considered in that project, but expand out of it and bring it towards the present in order to address challenges for the development of a present pedagogical agenda, in which issues of the After Belonging project will be considered. In large auditorium. Welcome !
Sixten Rahlff, pro dean at BAS, participated last month on a conference in Xi’an in China. The theme of the conference was "Architecture is a Verb - Innovation in Architectural Education", and was organized by the Sino-Norwegian Architecture Forum. This forum is a collaboration between Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology and NTNU in Norway.