Heggmoen

Heggmoen

Project description

About the Course:

Design in Context is a masters level course focusing on the effect of context on small scale built structures. The students participate in short, 10-14 day, design and build workshops that in addition to being experimental as educational projects are also real-life permanent projects with real-life clients. The students are expected to make good architecture that will last through their own life spans and that reflect the social, geographical, ecological, cultural and architectural context of the given site.

About NTNU:

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim represents academic eminence in technology and the natural sciences as well as in other academic disciplines ranging from the social sciences, the arts, medicine, teacher education, architecture to fine art. Cross-disciplinary cooperation results in innovative breakthroughs and creative solutions with far-reaching social and economic impact.

Terms of use for text, images and drawings:
The above text, images and drawings of the Heggmoen project can be used free of charge to portray the project (in your blog, in an architectural magazine or a book and in other relevant media), the work of any of the authors, in academics and in critique of the work given that the following conditions are met:
– The article or piece you publish needs to specifically mention the tutors and The Faculty of Architecturer and Fine Art, NTNU Norway, either in the text or somewhere where it naturally fits your layout or presentation.
– When you publish something using the materials, please notify the authors by email and include where and when the project was published (Blog: URL and date, Magazine: Name, issue, pages and ISBN, Book: Name, author, year, publisher and ISBN). We also appreciate PDFs both before and after publications, free copies for reading, etc.
– The drawings should be credited “Student work / NTNU 2014”
– The images should be credited “Pasi Aalto / NTNU 2014”

The images and drawings can not be sold nor can they be used to endorse a product without prior agreement. By publishing the images you agree to these terms. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact pasi.aalto@ntnu.no

Contact details:
Pasi Aalto
Department of Architecture, History and Technology, NTNU
Alfred Getz vei 3
7491 Trondheim

pasi.aalto@ntnu.no
+ 47 98025519

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Course and project credit: Design in Context 2014, Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts, NTNU Norway

Location: Heggmoen, Bodø, Nordland, Norway

Design and build time: 10 days

Architects/tutors: Sami Rintala, Pasi Aalto and Carla Carvalho

Students: Annika Persch Andersen, Simen Aas, Thea Hougsrud Andreassen, Edouard Bernard, Camille Boudeweel, Claudia Calvet Gomez, Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik, Sophie Galarneau, William Gibson, Henrik Pfeiffer, Elise Aunet Tyldum, Espen Strandmyr Eide, Aurora Schønfeldt Larsen, Kim Stroh and Erik Hadin

Client: Municipality of Bodø

Images

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