This online folio showcases my work.
The blog below has followed the process of a realized project – a retreat on Randøy. This project is a collaboration between father and daughter where I design and he builds.
When I’m not constructing new ways of making my fathers hair greyer (i.e. design impossible things to build) I work as an architect.
So ready to relax in this space. To be able to look back at the one hundred hours spent with my father building the wobbly wall, heated debates with my mother about the interior and learning with the amazing builders.
An encouraging team behind my first realized piece of architecture.
6th September 2017
a Kranselag celebrates the main frame being up and is a gathering of everyone involved in the build thus far; the builders, plumbers and admin.
After the celebration we had a quick look at some ceiling details.
22nd August 2017
Using grasshopper to generate and distribute the curvy wall profiles.
12th July 2017
Finally we start work on the site. Rented a small hytte literally on the sea – around the corner from the site and start work on the foundations. In a day my Dad and I set up and pour the annex foundation part 1
20th October 2016
The first prototype of the wall at scale 1:1
A built structure should speak the language of its surroundings, while expressing its age. It should play on the notion of the familiar, while allowing for the curiosity of the innovative. The structure should embrace vernacular values, while expressing a current disposition.
Vernacular [vəˈnakjʊlə] a category of architecture based on local needs, construction materials and reflecting local traditions.
Hytte is a place of moments, connected to memories. Sited in nature; in the mountains or by the sea. Each cabin has its own dialogue with its surroundings, its own traditions and history. My thesis explores how to accommodate the facilities of today’s lifestyle, while retaining the values of the hytte typology. In an ever globalizing world, there is an emerging trend moving towards the local, avoiding gentrification and homogenization. This project bases its point of departure from the vernacular.
6th June 2016
summary of Hyttå printed, bound and handed in
9th May 2016
translating my mapping into a 3D model 835 individually cut sectional pieces of felt are assembled to form the landscape of the site
the 3D rain-generated lines form the basis for the mapping. Colour coded to instruct how the sections are put together.