BA & MA Graduation Exhibition

The exhibition of the BA and MA final projects is now on display in the KHiO galleries!

BA final exams

The annual Interior Architecture and Furniture Design BA final exams take place in the 'Prøvesal 2' at 17th of May 2017. Each candidate presents their BA project to the external examiners. The event is public.

Francisco Gomez Paz Lecture

Argentinian designer working in Milan. He has developed products for leading design companies, including well-known lighting fixtures and furniture. His approach to design is driven by his own curiosity, the knowledge of technology and materials and a highly experimental hands-on creative process. He has received several international awards, including prestigious Compasso d’Oro.

Patrick Norguet Lecture

French designer Patrick Norguet, belongs to that generation which is making known the “french touch” on the international stage. His sense of color and formal purity coupled with continual search for comfort parallels well with Nordic design. Mr Norguet has worked with several mayor furniture producers such as Cappellini. His works also include close collaborations with the fashion world.


Utstilling i Rådhusgalleriet, Oslo

www, Internet is for reals?

The BA2 students from Interior Architecture & Furniture Design exhibit at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. The exhibition investigates the relationship between the digital and physical worlds through furniture.

Christopher Hansen wins honorable mention in Tokyo

The international architectural competition for 'Death & the City, Tokyo Vertical Cemetery' attracted some 460 entries from 54 countries around the world. KHiO's MA student Christopher Hansen has been awarded with a honorable mention for his entry titled 'Yaoyoruza'. The competition was organized by Arch Out Loud. The competition was judged by highly established international jury.

Oslo Architecture Trienniale, The Academy

Exhibition-opening of the Academy. 8 days, 124 students and 31 faculty members from 14 schools located in 12 countries have inhabited the Stenersen Museum in Oslo, which has been closed to the public since December 2015. Composed of architects, artists and urban planners, the group has partaken in a unique Academy program, part of the Oslo Architecture Triennale’s (OAT) core program.

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