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Oslo Edition 2022

September 01, 2022, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0

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We are thrilled to announce our comeback to Oslo after three years! 
This event will be held in English.


On Thursday, September 1, 2022 live at 18:00 CEST we will visit Oslo and meet two the most distinguished Norwegian architects and a special guest speaker from United Kingdom. This event is taking place physically at DOGA. Doors will open at 17:00 CEST.

Following architects will talk on our stage about their personal experiences and important creative periods in their lives and, as always at “AnA“, none of their projects may be mentioned:

Peter Cook, CHAP, London / Oslo, www.chap.id

Reiulf Ramstad, Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, Oslo, www.reiulframstadarkitekter.com

Beate Hølmebakk, manthey kula, Oslo, www.mantheykula.no

This event is kindly supported by EquitoneJUNG, Object Carpet x Polyflor and Schüco Norge.

Program live


“Doors open” & Get-Together with finger food

18:00 – 18:10



Speakers (20-minute talk & 10-minute interview)

20:00 – 20:20

Round table discussion & Q&A

20:20 – 22:00

Get-Together & Drinks

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The event venue

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DOGA – Design og arkitektur Norge is a driving force for sustainable value creation through design and architecture. The organization  facilitates collaboration between creative talents, businesses and the public sector and work to strengthen the role of design and architecture in shaping the Norway of tomorrow.

The building is included on the Cultural Heritage Management Office’s “yellow” list of buildings worth preserving. The property consists of several combined buildings and was originally designed as a transformer station. The buildings were constructed in 1898, 1917 and 1948, and converted in 2003-2005 by architects Jensen og Skodvin Arkitekter AS.

DOGA was awarded the National Building Prize in 2006, the City Prize in 2007 and St. Olav’s Rose, the hallmark of Norwegian heritage, in 2008.

About the Speakers

Peter Cook was graduated from Bournemouth Art College and Architectural Association, where he subsequently taught for 26 years. This was followed by the Professorship of Architecture at the Staedelschule, Frankfurt and then by his appointment as Professor and Chair at the Bartlett, UCL. In a long career he has also taught at Harvard, Columbia, USC, Sci-Arc, Rice and elsewhere. His unbuilt projects such as Plug-in City and Way out West-Berlin are extensively published, and he is the author of eight books, the latest of which is in the series ‘Lives in Architecture’, published by the Royal Institute of British Architects. He has built in Osaka, Berlin, Frankfurt, Madrid, the Kunsthaus in Graz and university buildings in Vienna, the Gold Coast and Bournemouth. He is a Royal Academician, member of the RIBA, Commandeur de l ’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, honorary Doctor of Technology at Lund University and Fellow of the Royal College of Art. As a member of ‘Archigram’ he was awarded the Royal Gold Medal of the RIBA in 2002. www.chap.id

Reiulf Ramstad received his Dottore in Architettura from Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia, Venice, Italy, 1991. He established Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter in Oslo 1995 in order to create an architectural practice that would turn conceptual research and practical knowledge into driving forces of sustainable design. Apart from his professional work as an architect, Reiulf has earned a professorship from The Oslo School of Architecture (AHO) and was a regular thesis advisor and juror in the Faculty of Architecture at AHO and The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) for many years. Reiulf was acclaimed professionally as board member of the National Association of Norwegian Architects (NAL), in the period between 1997 and 2000, where he was vice president between 2000-2002. As a Vice President he initiated The Oslo International Architecture Triennale (OAT), 20 Years and 7 festivals ago. www.reiulframstadarkitekter.com

Beate Hølmebakk runs the architectural practice manthey kula together with Per Tamsen. manthey kula’s production spans from ideal, explorative projects to public commissions. The office’s work is widely published; it is presented in several international architecture exhibitions and represented in several international architecture collections. Projects by manthey kula were nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award in 2009, 2011 and 2019. Hølmebakk studied architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture under Sverre Fehn and Christian Norberg-Schulz, and as a visiting student at The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union under John Hejduk. Hølmebakk has taught at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design since 2007. Since 2019 she is Professor in Architecture, the chair formerly held by Per Olaf Fjeld and Sverre Fehn. She has had several international teaching positions and lectures frequently outside Norway. Among other venues she has lectured at the Barbican, Harvard GSD, the Cass, Kingston University, Cornell University, Hong Kong University, and Politecnico di Milano. www.mantheykula.no

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