Sound of the Seascape
(Tønsberg, NO). Born i 1976. Graduated from Bergen School of Architecture(BAS) in 2002. The diploma thesis UBO02(Sondresen/Ruud) was exhibited at Norsk Form in 2003, and published in The Norwegian Architectural Review the same year. Teacher and Diploma supervisor at BAS from 2002. Guest teacher and appointed examiner at NTNU(Trondheim) 2008-2014. Worked as Chief Architect in the Norwegian State Housing Bank, Hammerfest region, 2004-2005. Architect at Ola Roald Architecture 2005-2010. Founded his own practice ARK-TELLUS in 2011 with Eivind Hanch-Hansen. Has written several articles and lectured on the topic of architecture and pedagogy i Norway, Denmark and Finland. Experiance as performing arcitect for large and small projects in all phases.
– Rethinking the future of the seafront and framing the sea through sound
The personal motivation for the diploma was to follow my instinct to work with sound. I wanted to take this opportunity to celebrate my final project as a student, as this might be the last. I didn’t know where this project would end up, and it took some unexpected turns. This resulted in my diploma to investigate a method of using sound to draw, develop form and as a source of inspiration and to discuss development along the shoreline in a larger context. However I still wanted to come up with a proposal and get as far as possible with the time I had and the project concludes as a comment on how we can better plan the way we develop by the shorelines in the city of Bergen through the practice, time and sound.