Rector Emma Nilsson nominated to Swedish Photo Book Award!
Rector Emma Nilsson and the book field; scope; site have been nominated to the Swedish Photo Book Award. The book is a result of the artistic research project TELE SCOPE on architecture photography funded by the Swedish Research Council. A straightforward way to introduce the work of field; scope; site would be to call it [&...
BAS revisited - OPEN CALL MASTER COURSE BAS AUTUMN 2023
After a year with a big wonderful experiment at BAS we would like to carry through the ambitions of this initiative – both in terms of its thematics and the enhancing of a shared student culture, with an Open Call for a master course in the coming autumn semester. We ask for a course that […]
SAMMEN, the student welfare organization has a great tool available for free for all students. Assisted Self-Help develops online tools for people with mental problems or challenges dealing with everyday life. The aim of the tools is to increase the efficacy of treatment, as well as securing more people help at an earlier stage. The [&...
BAS students are the most content in Norway
Every year NOKUT (the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education) conducts a Student Survey on how the students perceive the quality of their education. This is Norway’s largest student survey,and gives a unique and important insight into the students’ view of study quality The survey is aimed at students in the second ...
Important information about tuition fee at BAS
In January 2023, the Norwegian Government introduced mandatory tuition fees for all students with citizenship outside of EU/EEA/EFTA. For applicants in this category, starting August 2023, the tuition fee will be a total of NOK 293.257,- for one full academic year. In addition comes the fee to the Students Welfare Organisation in Bergen of NOK [&...
Kierulf and Larsen are the winners
On 25. January Statsbygg represented by deputy director Hege Eeg, handed out their Student Award 2022 to the winners Katarina Kierulf and Alvar Ekhougen Larsen for their joint project “Raw Earth. Exploring the possibilities of clay as a social and material binder”. The winning project receives a prize of NOK 20.000,-. «Statsbygg wishes to encourage […]
Future Arctic Lives and Exploration in Ocean Space
The master course Explorations in Ocean Space from the autumn term 2022 were invited as observers in the EU research project Future Arctic Lives during their field-trip to Porsanger. Rersponsible teacher: Professor Nancy Couling. What are the likely future impacts and adaptation possibilities for small-scale primary resource users in Greenland, Northern Sweden and Norway in […]
ADVICE ON SELF-PREPAREDNESS FOR EMERGENCIES
The self-preparedness week is underway. Think about what crises and accidents could affect you at home and prepare for them to the best of your ability. If there is no power or you are cut off by the weather, you should be equipped to fend for yourself for at least 72 hours. Read more here.
Building Interfaces in France
BUILDING INTERFACES within, and on behalf of, the BAS buildingMaster Studio Fall 2022Teachers: Cristian Stefanescu, Emma Nilsson, Vibeke Jensen, Andrea Spreafico Evolving from a multi sided understanding of building interfaces, the course aims to design and build new interfaces within the main hall of the Bergen School of Architecture (BAS) to provide for new relations [&...
BAS-project winner in the Universities Award Competition, Architectural Triennale Lisbon 2022
On Friday, 30 October, at the Lisbon Academy of Science, a team from BAS won one of the 4 first prizes in the Universities Award Competition, Architectural Triennale Lisbon 2022. The winning project “Coastal Interference”, from the course Explorations in Ocean Space- Choreography for Norskehavet” (autumn 2021), submitted by Nancy Couling, co-teachers Vibeke Jensen & […]
Opening of exhibition KUNSTHAUS KALK in Kolumba, Köln
BAS students and artists from Kunsthaus 18 Köln worked together to develop the first ideas for the inclusive Kunsthaus Kalk project. Drawings, models and film are exhibited in room 15 at the art museum Kolomba in the exhibition ‘Making being here enough’ ‘Ort & Subjekt’. The work will be on display until 14th of August […]
On Saturday 20th of August we ended our 3 day BAS Opening Festival by celebrating our recently graduated masters in Architecture. 31 candidates have passed their final exam, and will go out into the world to practice architecture. In front of family, friends, students and staff at BAS they received their papers that end 5 […]
3 new masters in Architecture
11. August we conducted a postponed diploma examination at BAS. 3 new candidates are ready to go out and be Masters in Architecture. The recent graduates are: Inger Helen Øvrebø Sara Boukili Tina Athari The assessor team consisted of Anna Aniksdal, architect from Norway, Jesper Magnusson, architect from Sweden, and Kjersti Sundland, artist from Norway. […]
RØYNDOM - diploma exhibition 2022
RØYNDOM Røyndom is an old Norwegian word which derives from the nynorsk røyne which means “to try, to experience”. With the suffix -dom, it means reality, the shared, the experienced or the observed. When you step into this year’s diploma exhibition you wander through 32 different realities, which together accumulate an experiential ...
‘Dancing with Salmon’ Urgent call: Summer workshop in Bergen
ERASMUS+ Social and Environmental Impact Academy for Architects Monday 1st – Friday 5th August 2022 What the workshop can offer: 5 days focussed on environmental impact orientated design at the school in Bergen Placing nature as our client for the planned redevelopment of the waterfront quay outside BAS Workshop guided by a dancer, biologist, artist, […]
BAS student projects accepted for the Universities Award Competition
6th Lisbon architectural Triennale 2022, TERRA 29.09.22-5.12.22 ABSTRACT The course Explorations in Ocean Space- Choreography for Norskehavet explores how architecture and design can tackle a complex oceanic environment determined by interrelated forces operating in a radical state of flux. Currents are shifting, fish moving. Despite its unique, largely unknown ecosystems, exploitative deep-sea mining futures for […]