Oslo LUX 2013 – one day event (seminar and artworks) on the intersections of LIGHT, SPACE and TECHNOLOGY :: Thursday 7th February 2013. The event will feature a range of national and international artists, designers and architects who will be presenting their work and analysing the latest trends and discoveries in this rapidly developing field.
A seminar hosted by the Centre for Design Research Date: Wednesday 14 November Centre for Design Research (in conjunction with AHO’s PhD School) Venue: AHO Conference Centre (entrance on Maridalsveien) You’re very welcome to attend this half day event as part of the Centre for Design Research at AHO. This is a design based research seminar that takes up key matters in the development and futher direction of digital scholarly publishing and design. This is strategic research domain for the Centre. It’s also a likely part of the continuing changes in 21st century scholarship that researchers and doctoral students will encounter.
Date: Friday 9 November 2012. By invitation: project group and invited guests, max c. 20 participants. Venue: AHO Conference Centre (entrance on Maridalsveien). You’re very welcome to attend this one day event as part of the YOUrban project at AHO into social media, the city and performativity. This is a design based research seminar that centers on the development and role of augmented reality tools and mediation in urban settings.
The gates at quay 23 in Tananger opened slowly and I walked in to the restricted area at the port with butterflies in my stomach. I was going out with a supply vessel to the North Sea for the first time. The reason why I was going out with Bourbon Topaz this morning in July was to learn about the bridge environment and its users. I work as a designer and researcher at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design in a project called the Ulstein Bridge Concept project. In this project, carried out in collaboration with Ulstein, Kwant Controls and Aalesund University College, we look at what the future bridge may look like. To be able to say anything about that, we need to talk to the users and learn about what they do on the bridge.