MA Courses

Arctic Hydrology: A Photographic Exploration of Northern Water Dynamics

by Camila Urrego

​​The project aims to re-establish a connection to our three-dimensional understanding of the world, fostering both physical and intellectual exploration.

BA Courses

KOGL Exhibit

An exploratory collaboration on the aesthetic and constructive properties of lichen and wool as well as their potential use in new contexts.

BA Courses

Restaurant/café at the old munch museum, Tøyen Oslo

by Fabio Ruiz

This school project was focused on giving new use to the old Munch Museum. My proposal was a community center/cultural center with courses in visual art and graphic design. The center would also include a restaurant/café and an event room.

BA Courses

Structure, Material, and history analysis of the old city hall prison in Oslo

by Fabio Ruiz

This project’s purpose was to explore different materials while trying to capture the essence of a place and its history. This building originally stood at Rådhusgaten 7 and was one of Christiania’s prisons. It was originally a barn but was converted into a prison around 1800. The conditions in this small prison were inhumane and several died here.

BA Courses

Architects office and art gallery at Grønlandsleiret 31, Oslo

The purpose of this school project was to renovate the two first floors of a building in Grønlandsleiret 31, Oslo. We were asked to design a two-purpose facility. The building is close to 17 companies within the construction industry, interior architecture, and real estate agencies. This turns the area into a mini construction cluster that is perfect for an Architect’s office.

BA Final works

Nøkkelslukeren – a key figure of modern Norwegian mythology

by Doina Kvalvik

There is a troll under Kjærlighetsbrua (The Lovers Bridge). He eats falling keys. So next time you attach a lock to the bridge and throw the keys into the river, be sure to throw them so that the troll can easily find them, or it will come up and eat you and your lover instead!

BA Final works

Det lekende menneske

by Mathilde Iversen Orlich

In my bachelor’s degree, I want to integrate more play into today’s curriculum, give the 6-year old’s a smoother transition from kindergarten to school by giving them a practical alternative to sedentary blackboard teaching.

BA Final works

Exploring the potential of wool as a self supporting material

by Jonas Oppedal

Due to the vast amount of unusable wool fibers, it's causing a global Waste problem. By finding new ways of using this coarse, low quality wool, I want to solve this challenge as well as utilizing this huge resource. The potential of this processing of the wool is huge and could possibly replace materials such as foam rubber and other synthetic upholstery materials.

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