I am offically an architect!!! Nice feeling :)
Come see our diploma exhibition at DogA this weekend, for a sneak peek on what we have been up to since august. I`ll post it here as well soon.
AHO invites all to the exhibition of this autumn’s diploma projects at DogA, The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture.
The exhibition displays 38 masters’ projects within the fields of architecture, urbanism, product design and interaction design.
Welcome to vernissage Thursday Feb. 3rd at 17.00.
Place: DogA, The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture, Hausmannsgate 16, 0182 Oslo.
Time: 3–6. February 2011. The exhibition is open Thurs 10–20, Fri 10–17 Sat–Sun 12–17
Handed in my diplomaproject on friday. Can`t describe what a relief that is!!
Happy about the project for the most part, allthough I whish I had more time to visualize the ideas properly. But right now, I am more concerned on having a normal life for some weeks. Interviews and crits in january, so I`ll wait with the projectpresentation until then.
Above is some sketchmodels in my corner of the studio the last months vs. the cold but beautiful countryside I am enjoying right now…
WHILE THERE’S STILL SOME DAYLIGHT LEFT
OSET - ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
The administrative building at Oset Water Treatment Plant was designed by
the norwegian architect Geir Grung (1926-1989) in 1971.
Geir Grung is considered one of Norways most important contributors to modern industrial architecture. See some more of his work.
OSET WATER TREATMENT PLANT
As a part of the research for my project, I spent some hours today a Oset Water Treatment Plant here in Oslo. Mingling with some water technicians on a field trip to Oslo, to take a look at the huge halls underground housing the water plant.
The new plant was built in 2008 and consist of two 150 m long, 28 m wide and 16 m high cavern halls. I also got a quick tour of the old halls from the 70s. Not as high tech, but the old school look still works for me.. ;)
All in all, a nice way to study spacial conditions, artificial lighting and surfaces for my own cavern structures.