Posts Tagged: Oslo

Visit to the Oslo Cathedral School Library

The Printed and the Built team was this week very kindly invited to the library of the Oslo Cathedral School – a veritable treasure-trove! Its librarian, Ernst Bjerke, generously showed us around his subterranean realm, a suite of rooms packed

Visit to the Oslo Cathedral School Library

The Printed and the Built team was this week very kindly invited to the library of the Oslo Cathedral School – a veritable treasure-trove! Its librarian, Ernst Bjerke, generously showed us around his subterranean realm, a suite of rooms packed

The Printed and the Built International Symposium, 24 June 2016

The Printed and the Built team will come together with international scholars this week for our third symposium. We are delighted to welcome and hear talks by Richard Wittman (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Wallis Miller (University of Kentucky),

The Printed and the Built International Symposium, 24 June 2016

The Printed and the Built team will come together with international scholars this week for our third symposium. We are delighted to welcome and hear talks by Richard Wittman (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Wallis Miller (University of Kentucky),

Housing Policies as Urban Theatre

The conference On the role of 20th century exhibitions in shaping housing discourses on May 13th in Paris and May 20th in Milan, aims at analysing the role and impact of exhibitions in the development of residential architecture. It examines the role

Housing Policies as Urban Theatre

The conference On the role of 20th century exhibitions in shaping housing discourses on May 13th in Paris and May 20th in Milan, aims at analysing the role and impact of exhibitions in the development of residential architecture. It examines the role

Ephemeral Architecture and its Destruction in the Late 19th-Century Press

Paper for the session Mediating Modern Architecture chaired by Mari Hvattum, Mari Lending and Wallis Miller, Nordik conference, Reykjavik, May 13th-16th, 2015. Ephemeral architecture lies in a sort of indeterminate time and space as it is defined by its erection

Ephemeral Architecture and its Destruction in the Late 19th-Century Press

Paper for the session Mediating Modern Architecture chaired by Mari Hvattum, Mari Lending and Wallis Miller, Nordik conference, Reykjavik, May 13th-16th, 2015. Ephemeral architecture lies in a sort of indeterminate time and space as it is defined by its erection

Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014

Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014, by Mari Lending and Mari Hvattum, chronicles the exhibition Model as Ruin at the House of Artists in Oslo, November 1 – December 15, 2013. Together with master students from the Oslo School of Architecture

Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014

Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014, by Mari Lending and Mari Hvattum, chronicles the exhibition Model as Ruin at the House of Artists in Oslo, November 1 – December 15, 2013. Together with master students from the Oslo School of Architecture

«A Creation of Our Time»: The Debate over the Norwegian Parliament Building 1835–1860

Every second semester, The Printed and the Built project runs a master studio at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. In the autumn semester 2014, two master students have been affiliated to the project, designing and curating an exhibition

«A Creation of Our Time»: The Debate over the Norwegian Parliament Building 1835–1860

Every second semester, The Printed and the Built project runs a master studio at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. In the autumn semester 2014, two master students have been affiliated to the project, designing and curating an exhibition

Notes on the First International Symposium

The Printed and the Built project held its first international symposium in Oslo, 23–25 October 2014. In addition to the local project team, the scholars invited were Caroline van Eck (University of Leiden), Adrian Forty (University College London), Richard Wittman

Notes on the First International Symposium

The Printed and the Built project held its first international symposium in Oslo, 23–25 October 2014. In addition to the local project team, the scholars invited were Caroline van Eck (University of Leiden), Adrian Forty (University College London), Richard Wittman