InBalance studio offers an emerging mode of pedagogy focused on generating architects equipped for creating prototypes for the architecture of the Anthropocene, projecting a direct path from sketch to realization.

The studio integrates multidisciplinary professionals from practice and academia, discussing climate as a condition of architecture as well as the action of architecture in the context of climate. Materials examined through properties, cultural context and carbon cycles form an essential background to the main design task in the form of a design competition which is adjudicated by a local stakeholder group and then built on site by the student team.



Teachers: Tine Hegli (AHO), Kristian Edwards (Snøhetta/AHO), Cathrine Vigander (Element/AHO), Arnkell J. Petersen (Erichsen & Horgen/AHO), Thomas Kringlebotn Thiis (NMBU/Multiconsult), Anne Sigrid Nordby (Asplan Viak), Lasse Kilvær (Resirqel), Janike Kampevold Larsen (AHO), sensor Søren Nilsen (Tegnestuen Vandkunsten)

Students: Mie Aspelin, Ole-Morten Birkelund, Sabina Gabriela Brunstein, Jørn Ludvigsen, Eve Meyer Hilfiger, Jordi Martinez Beguer, Lars Holden Nicolaysen, Henrikke Stensrud Omre, Marte Kramer Riseng, Kristoffer Frydenlund Sælid, Pia Straumsnes Tangen, Reidar Andreas Tveit, Matias Wikse, Gustav Cederblad Stamnes

Guest Lecturers: Søren Nilsen (Tegnestuen Vandkunsten), Leif Houck (Spinn/NMBU), Brona Keenan (Vardø Restored) Rasmus Skrydstrup (Nidarosdomens restaureringsarbeider), Eirik Rudi Wærner (Multiconsult)