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Reisebrev fra Brasil
Lars Hallaråker Hellesø-Knutsen har i skoleåret 2022-23 vært på utveksling ved Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil. Ta en kikke på hans digitale postkort om hva som kan vente deg dersom du skulle velge å reise til denne skolen på utveksling. Postkortet kan du lese HER. I ...
On Saturday 19th of August we ended our 3 day BAS Opening Festival by celebrating our recently graduated masters in Architecture. 27 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 […]
Bergen Assembly announces Ravi Agarwal, Adania Shibli and Bergen School of Architecture as conveners of its 2025 edition
Press relase from Bergen Assembly: We are happy to announce Ravi Agarwal (an artist and researcher), Adania Shibli (a writer and visual culture researcher) and Bergen School of Architecture (BAS, an alternative educational institution) as joint conveners for Bergen Assembly´s fifth edition. Bergen Assembly is a platform for the arts devoted to supporting and ...
BAS Opening Festival
With BAS Opening Festival we celebrate the beginning of a new academic year. It is also the the ending of a Big Wonderful Experiment. This calls for reflection and debate. What have we learned? How do we move forward? Elke Krasny is invited as a guest speaker, Bergen Asssembly will pay us a visit, as [&...
24 new masters in Architecture
Today we had the final day of the diploma exam 2023, and we are happy to announce that 24 candidates have passed their final exam, and are ready to go out into the world and practice architecture. The exam took place from 26.-30. June, and 2 teams of assessors have been working parallel to examine […]
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MULTI SPECIES Group Exhibition on Art, Architecture and Ecology
Multi Species brings together a diverse constellation of works from 12 artists, designers and architects, all exploring ways of visioning our built and non-built environment in search of new possible forms of human and non-human co-existence. In an era where the limits of anthropocentric thinking are being questioned, the works seek to foreground the possibilities […]
Multi Species brings together a diverse constellation of works from 12 artists, designers and architects, all exploring ways of visioning our built and non-built environment in search of new possible forms of human and non-human co-existence. In an era where the limits of anthropocentric thinking are being questioned, the works seek to foreground the possibilities of learning from complex built and natural systems and encourage a more fluid and open perspective on ourselves and our surroundings. The exhibition runs from Sept.7 to Oct.1, open each week, Thursday to Friday from 14:00-20:00. Read more about the exhibition here.