Forelesning: Helen & Hard (torsdag 21.mai)

  Sist oppdatert 19.05.2015

 HH23.03.15_10039

 

Forelesning med Siv Helene Stangeland fra Helen & Hard! Hun sier følgende om torsdagens forelesning:

"Helen & Hard har lenge utforsket en relasjonell designmetode hvor vi aktivt inviterer inn feedback fra omgivelser, materialer, eksperter og fremtidige brukere. Om slike prosesser blir vellykkede avhenger såvel av menneskelige kapasiteter som av spesifike design kvaliteter. Hvilke egenskaper i arkitekturens oppbygging og i vår design praksis støtter slike inkluderende prosesser og hjelper oss samtidig med å holde kurs mot kvalitetsfulle resultat?

Finnes en arkitektur som inkluderer , ikke gjemmer, glemmer eller fortrenger – men på lekent og vakkert vis kan uttrykke en ny økologisk bevissthet?"

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Tid: torsdag 21.mai kl 20.00

Sted: Rådhussalen, Folkebiblioteket

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About Helen & Hard

Helen & Hard was founded in 1996 in Stavanger on the west coast of Norway by Norwegian architect Siv Helene Stangeland and Austrian architect Reinhard Kropf. Today, the company has a youthful staff of 26 drawn from 10 different countries, with offices in both Stavanger and Oslo.

We design in different scales and scopes, on a wide spectrum of projects ranging from single family houses to large public buildings, from offices and multi-family housing projects to master planning.

We aim to creatively engage with sustainability, not only in the design of spaces, but also in the conception and organization of the design process, including construction and fabrication. Our goal is move away from a solely technical and anthropocentric view, allowing the project to unfold in relation to its physical, social, cultural and economic context.

Awards - a selection 

  • Norsk Form’s Award for Young Designers 2001 Architizer A+Award Jury Winner (Typology Categories, Multi Unit Housing - High Rise) for Rundeskogen 2015
  • Treprisen 2013 (Norwegian National Timber Award for extraordinary and innovative timber architecture)
  • Nominated for Mies van der Rohe Award 2013
  • Statens Byggeskikkpris (Norwegian National Award for Good Building and Environmental Design) for the Vennesla Library and Cultural Center, Norway, 2012
  • One of 8 winning practices of WAN´s 21 for 21 Awards 2012
  • Statens Byggeskikkpris (Norwegian National Award for Good Building and Environmental Design) for the Preikestolen Fjellstue (Pulpit Rock Mountain Lodge), Norway, 2009
  • Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design Green Good Design Award, 2010
  • Silver Medal (medium scale category) for the Norwegian Pavilion at Expo Shanghai 
  • One of 8 European firms exhibited in “New Trends in Architecture”, Tokyo 2008
  • Short-listed for the International Chernikhov Prize in 2006 and in 2010
  • Short-listed for the Scandinavian Forum Prize
  • Wallpaper’s “Up and Coming” in 2006
  • NAL’s prize for Young Architects 2004

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