The studio set out to explore an
alternative pathway to the large residential developments that are being
developed in Oslo’s growing region.
What if a landscape framework – water
sensitive and re-regenerative – would form the basis of urban development? Two
sites – one upstream in Stensrud/Oslo, one downstream at Kjeller
airport/Lillestrøm – served as testing grounds.
Through a method of transposing urban and
water precedents, we conceived of descriptions of landscape form, figures of
water flow, pattern of terraces, layers of memory, spaces of ecological
facilitation, plots of caring and sharing, and landscape-based beginnings of
architectures as approaches to be taken further into urbanism.
Teachers: Sabine Müller, Miguel Hernández
External examiners: Alex Wall, Paul
Students: Julia Debos,
Goldinger, Shiuli Mukerjea, Frida Nygård, Tu-Uyen Phan-Nguyen, Sarita Poptani, Maria
Charlotte Thoner, Camila Urrego, Marie Mork Nielsen, Janina Lissette Sanchez
Cardenas, Florence Steenebruggen, Yoann Rouzières, Clarissa Werner, Olive Wong,