The project is located in the heart of Sarajevo. It consists of three contemporary wooden pavilions sharing information of the upcoming part of the Ars Aevi museum of contemporary art. As a part of the HERD/Energy 2010-2016 Program this workshop was initiated as a contribution to the work towards co-operation in higher education and research in the Western Balkans. The workshop consisted of approximately 25 students from the three participating universities, and was completely organized by students. The project was built in wooden materials, based on sketches from the phase of pre-work. It was then developed and built in 1:1 scale through sharing material knowledge and workshop skills between the participants.


Ars Aevi museum of contemporary art, Zmaja od Bosne 5, Sarajevo

Summer 2016

NTNU, International University of Sarajevo, University of Banja Luka

Ars Aevi museum of contemporary art, Café Tito

Norwegian students: Signe Elvik Svoen, Øyvind Eikestøl Lægreid, Sigurd Røgeberg Magelssen, Hanna Landfald Hanssen, Vilde Forbregd, Amna Spago, Amund Klæbo Lyngstad, Harald Seljesæter, Mathias Hatlestad, Helge Vegard Presterud, Olaf Godtland Røe

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