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26 Nov
Zoom presentations. Link will be distributed per e-mail
12:00 - 13:00

School presentations for exchange DAY 1

School presentations, especially aimed at those that are considering to go on exchange over the summer, or later. Dont miss this chance to learn more. Our incoming exchange students, plus some that have been on exchange, will present shortly their home institutions and try to explain why their school and country should be an option [&...

School presentations, especially aimed at those that are considering to go on exchange over the summer, or later. Dont miss this chance to learn more. Our incoming exchange students, plus some that have been on exchange, will present shortly their home institutions and try to explain why their school and country should be an option for you. Zoom presentation during Thursday and Friday.

Program: Thursday 26. November:

  • 1200-1215: Chalmers, Sweden. (Sofia)
  • 1215-1230: Ku Leuven, Belgium (Marie, Rasmus)
  • 1230-1245: University of Antwerp, Belgium (Elisabeth)
  • 1234-1300: Paris La Villette, France (Zoelie)

25 Nov
Zoom presentation. Link will be distributed per e-mail.
14:00 - 14:30

Launching of new webpage

Finally, BAS is happy to announce the launch of our new webpage. The working group has consisted of students, teachers, rector and representatives from the administration. We hope that the new format of our webpage will be more accessible, and we have especially high hopes when it comes to presentation of projects. Our wish is [&...

Finally, BAS is happy to announce the launch of our new webpage. The working group has consisted of students, teachers, rector and representatives from the administration. We hope that the new format of our webpage will be more accessible, and we have especially high hopes when it comes to presentation of projects. Our wish is that students and teachers are willing to share work on the webpage, and we look forward to contributions.

23 Oct
Via Zoom - link will be provided for participants.
09:00 - 16:00

Midterm review master courses - autumn 2020

0900-0945: Each one of the courses do a sort introduction in plenary.0945-1500: Students and teachers split up into 8 breakout rooms. (each breakout room will have 1 project from Complex context, 1 Ocean space and 3 Masquearade + 1 tutor)Each group project has 15 minutes to present, and 15 minutes feedback. Individual project has 10 minutes […]

0900-0945: Each one of the courses do a sort introduction in plenary.
0945-1500: Students and teachers split up into 8 breakout rooms. (each breakout room will have 1 project from Complex context, 1 Ocean space and 3 Masquearade + 1 tutor)
Each group project has 15 minutes to present, and 15 minutes feedback. Individual project has 10 minutes presentation, 10 minutes feedback.

Each breakout room manages their own schedule with breaks, etc.

1500: All meet in plenary to exchange findings and general discussion.

Zoom link will be provided for participants in advance.

If you are not a participant on either one of the master courses, you can contact adm@bas.org to receive the links if you want to join the presentations in the plenary in the morning and in the afternoon. (0900 and 1500) For information about the 3 master courses that are taught in the autumn 2020, please check out section 03 at this page.

21 Oct
Zoom. lenke blir sendt ut til påmeldte senest dagen før
08:00 - 10:00

Bærkraftig frokost

Hvordan forlenge levetiden til eksisterende bygninger? Det er et økt fokus på gjenbruk og sirkulærøkonomi i byggebransjen. Hvordan skal vi jobbe med eksisterende bygninger for å bevare og gi dem lengre levetid. Hvilken rolle spiller teknologien i dette arbeidet? Følg lenken for å lese mer og melde deg på. https://husbanken.no/kommune/berekraftig-frokost-21102020/ ...

Hvordan forlenge levetiden til eksisterende bygninger?

Det er et økt fokus på gjenbruk og sirkulærøkonomi i byggebransjen. Hvordan skal vi jobbe med eksisterende bygninger for å bevare og gi dem lengre levetid. Hvilken rolle spiller teknologien i dette arbeidet? Følg lenken for å lese mer og melde deg på. https://husbanken.no/kommune/berekraftig-frokost-21102020/

Bærekraftig frokost i Bergen er et samarbeid mellom Bergen kommune, Vestland fylkeskommune, Høgskulen på Vestlandet, Bergen Arkitektskole, Universitetet i Bergen, Fylkesmannen i Vestland og Husbanken.

21 Oct
Store auditorium
14:30 - 16:00

Fellesførelesning "Byggverk i Bergen. Arkiver og bygningsdokumentasjon i Bergen byarkiv."

(In Norwegian only) Bergen byarkiv har en rekke ulike arkiver som kan dokumentere byggevirksomheten i Bergen fra 1830-tallet og fremover, både fra kommunale etater og private arkitektfirma. Arkivene kan være alt fra kommunens store byggesaksarkiv til små arkiver med en enkelt protokoll etter en byggekomite. Både tegninger, kart og ulike skriftlige kilder ...

(In Norwegian only) Bergen byarkiv har en rekke ulike arkiver som kan dokumentere byggevirksomheten i Bergen fra 1830-tallet og fremover, både fra kommunale etater og private arkitektfirma. Arkivene kan være alt fra kommunens store byggesaksarkiv til små arkiver med en enkelt protokoll etter en byggekomite. Både tegninger, kart og ulike skriftlige kilder kan være med på å dokumentere en bygnings historie. Ingfrid Bækken er arkivar på byarkivet og vil fortelle om de ulike arkivene og hva de kan fortelle om byens bygningshistorie.  

16 Oct
zoom
17:00 - 18:15

Open lecture "Drawing Uncertainty" with Professor Nat Chard

Nat Chard is the Professor in Experimental Architecture at the Bartlett UCL. His research into indeterminacy and precision employs paint hurling catapults, high speed photography, stuffed animals, drawing machines, body implants, and bored clouds. Chard’s work is published in Architectural Design Wiley, Pamphlet Architecture, and Indeterminate Drawings of Architecture. Online he can be found ...

Nat Chard is the Professor in Experimental Architecture at the Bartlett UCL. His research into indeterminacy and precision employs paint hurling catapults, high speed photography, stuffed animals, drawing machines, body implants, and bored clouds. Chard’s work is published in Architectural Design Wiley, Pamphlet Architecture, and Indeterminate Drawings of Architecture.

Online he can be found at www.natchard.com and www.instagram.com/nat_chard/

Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/96676267230?pwd=OEtXZnZXWkwrbTBHeXAzN3hJaDExdz09
Meeting ID: 966 7626 7230 7 Passcode: 278769

12 Oct
Large auditorium BAS / zoom

The City in Transformation Urban Symposium, Oct 12-16

Bas in collaboration with Bergen Kommune, 3rd year Urban Research and Design Studio. ABOUTCities are known to change and adapt over time. Consequently, if we view the city as a continuous process of transformation, a central question becomes what are the driving forces and structures behind this process? On the one hand there are unplanned [&...

Bas in collaboration with Bergen Kommune, 3rd year Urban Research and Design Studio.

ABOUT
Cities are known to change and adapt over time. Consequently, if we view the city as a continuous process of transformation, a central question becomes what are the driving forces and structures behind this process? On the one hand there are unplanned or unintentional influences such as natural disasters or epidemics that have brought about change. On the other hand, however, urban change has been propagated through planned and intentional processes by human society. Additionally given that cities evolve over time and often collectively, how does one engage with things beyond the short term and beyond the individual in looking at the future of the city.

With this frame of mind, the third year urban design and research studio is engaging with the current redevelopment of the industrial waterfront in Laksevåg, Bergen. To gain a better understanding of the various structures and agendas engaged in this process, we wish to meet with various actors explicitly and implicitly involved in this transformation e.g. planning authorities, landowners, developers, local activists, politicians, residents and other stakeholders. Further on, students will look to negotiate these various positions and conditions into urban proposals for the area. These proposals are to embody the notion of a generative process, of an incremental, collective and adaptable nature that put forth an idea for the future.

The symposium is organized by the 3rd Year Urban Research and Design Studio in collaboration with Bergen Kommune

LOCATION Large Auditorium, Bergen School of Architecture or Digitally via Zoom on the following channels:

Day 1 https://zoom.us/j/94245972124?pwd=MFRRSkY3d0tiRTFPL0plWGFFcVFOZz09

Day 2 https://zoom.us/j/91658227916?pwd=cHJuN1ZCckpyTTJPVU9kYWZxaWpRUT09

Day 3 https://zoom.us/j/97248157910?pwd=VzJIMXZmZm9UcXJ4b21LYVRHQ0Zrdz09

Day 4 https://zoom.us/j/91785283785?pwd=V29SMTZydXBFSEw4MmFTMUM3dGgwdz09

SCHEDULE: See below

17 Sep
Zoom conference
09:00 - 15:30

Online PhD by Design Conference

BAS teacher and co-principal Joakim Skajaa will take part in this conference on PhD by design programs in September. The conference marks the end of a research project on PhD by design programs done in collaboration between researchers from Architecture Liechtenstein, KU Leuven, Chalmers University of Technology, and Bergen Arkitekthøgskole – BAS, the conference will [&...

BAS teacher and co-principal Joakim Skajaa will take part in this conference on PhD by design programs in September. The conference marks the end of a research project on PhD by design programs done in collaboration between researchers from Architecture Liechtenstein, KU Leuven, Chalmers University of Technology, and Bergen Arkitekthøgskole - BAS, the conference will be online.
Keynotes by Prof. Jonathan Hill from Bartlett School of Architecture UCL and Ass. Prof. Gro Rødne from NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
For participation and further information, please contact Vera Kaps vera.kaps@uni.li

2 Sep
large auditorium, plus zoom event
14:00 - 15:30

Open Lecture"Radical Cartography : between science and politics, the art of making visible what the world hides from us" by Philippe Rekacewicz

Wednesday 2. September from 1400-1530 Join the zoom event: Meeting ID: 927 1532 9450 /Passcode: 758914 The geographical representation of the world is more an intellectual construction rather than a faithful depiction of the reality: The map is always an interpretation of how the mapmaker sees, understands and interprets the way the world is functioning. […]

Wednesday 2. September from 1400-1530

Join the zoom event: Meeting ID: 927 1532 9450 /Passcode: 758914

The geographical representation of the world is more an intellectual construction rather than a faithful depiction of the reality: The map is always an interpretation of how the mapmaker sees, understands and interprets the way the world is functioning. Mapmaking is a fusion of discipline as both scientists, politicians and artists creating and using maps in the field of their own environment. This shows the very complexity of what a map really is:- It uses data that has to be handled scientifically, it uses forms, colors movements, in other words "artistic means" and so the same material has to be also handled artistically and aesthetically. - In this respect, the map is fundamentally a political object: an open door to manipulation, and a tool to resist - or strengthen – power. The map is therefore fundamentally a dialogue between reality and imaginary, taken in consideration that what is represented on a map has its roots in the reality, but like a fictional movie, it is deeply romanticized. There is no such thing as an innocent map…

26 Aug
BAS mezzanine
12:00 - 13:00

Welcome to book release: Open Space - Inclusive Spatial Practice - 26.08.20 at 12:00.

Students and teachers will be present in person and online for a brief presentation. Light refreshments6 master students at BAS developed the content of this book during the spring term of 2019. The students also transformed the BAS mezzanine into an Accessible Landscape as part of the research into how to generate a more inclusive […]

Students and teachers will be present in person and online for a brief presentation. Light refreshments
6 master students at BAS developed the content of this book during the spring term of 2019. The students also transformed the BAS mezzanine into an Accessible Landscape as part of the research into how to generate a more inclusive spatial practice.
Master's studio collective: Chenghan Lee, Elisabeth Brandtzæg, Gustavo Machado Majewski, Hanne Ødesneltvedt, Praewa Samachai, Tanguy Danis
Master's studio teachers: Vibeke Jensen, Cecilie Andersson, Charlotte Erckrath
Book design: The collective / Praewa Samachai
Editor: Vibeke Jensen
Print design: Håvard Fadnes
ISBN: 978-82-691856-2-1, 228 pages, 250mm x 320mm
Bergen School of Architecture

20 Dec
BAS building
19:00

Christmas Exhibition

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