An open-air architecture institute that transforms the centre of Bergen into a scandinavian coastal fjord forest.
The Ministry of Things
The Ministry of Things rethinks the representative and organization role of the ministry in the age of the anthropocene.
The Norwegian Catalog House
By applying modularization to redesign the systematic process of catalog house, The Norwegian Catalog House could be like a commercial product that is assembled and dismantled easily, being able to deal with the sprawled second homes situation in Kvitfjell.
A Tourist Trap aims for the coexistence of visitor recreation and conservation of natural areas; emerging as a building for the mediation of people and nature, regulating the impact of visitation and connecting nature, places and history.
Site-seeing Outer Space
The Røyken Observatory offers astronomical working tourism to preserve Andøya’s unspoiled landscape from light pollution while providing work and leisure activities to astronomers, astrophotographers and astronomy devotees.
The Official in Residence
The Official in Residence employs the palace type to put a post-petroleum Norway on display.