Stig L. Andersson

Stig L. Andersson

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STIG L. ANDERSSON

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Stig L. Andersson founded SLA Architects in 1994. Having studied nuclear physics, Japanese culture, and chemistry before becoming an architect, Andersson graduated from The Royal Danish School of Architecture in 1986. From 1986-1989, Andersson moved to Japan with Japanese ministerial research funds. 

He was particularly interested in Japanese culture’s relationship with substance, space and changeability – fields he has integrated and developed in his own practice since 1994. He is a professor in aesthetic design at the University of Copenhagen and is a much sought-after lecturer and teacher at universities and architecture schools in Europe, Asia and the United States. 

Stig L. Andersson has received numerous national and international awards, including The European Landscape Award, The RIBA Award, Nykredit’s Architecture Prize and in 2014 the C.F. Hansen Medal – the highest national honour given to a Danish architect awarded by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.

www.sla.dk

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Kent, England

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Kingston Polytechnic

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Stig L. Andersson founded SLA Architects in 1994. Having studied nuclear physics, Japanese culture, and chemistry before becoming an architect, Andersson graduated from The Royal Danish School of Architecture in 1986. From 1986-1989, Andersson moved to Japan with Japanese ministerial research funds. 

Andersson was particularly interested in Japanese culture’s relationship with substance, space and changeability – fields he has integrated and developed in his own practice since 1994. He is a professor in aesthetic design at the University of Copenhagen and is a much sought-after lecturer and teacher at universities and architecture schools in Europe, Asia and the United States. 

He has received numerous national and international awards, including The European Landscape Award, The RIBA Award, Nykredit’s Architecture Prize and in 2014 the C.F. Hansen Medal – the highest national honour given to a Danish architect awarded by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.

www.sla.dk

Event text

In September 2018 three well-known architects from Norway and Denmark will be on stage at the Vulkan Arena, Oslo. They will talk about their personal experiences and important creative periods within their work and, as always at „Architects, not Architecture“, not a word may be lost about their projects themselves.

„Architects, not Architecture“ – as the name suggests – provides a glimpse of the great personalities of architecture. The event series is not about the projects of the architects, but the people behind, their professional backgrounds, and formative individual experiences, that shaped the projects we all know.

The three following architects will present themselves on stage in the Vulkan Arena with a 20mins. lecture. After each speech the host Fermín will welcome his guests for a short interview:

Kjetil Thorsen, co-Founder of Snøhetta, Oslo/New York/Innsbruck/San Francisco, www.snohetta.com

Siv Helene Stangeland, co-Founder of Helen&Hard, Stavanger/Oslo, www.helenhard.no

Stig L. AnderssonFounder of SLA, Copenhagen/Aarhus/Oslo, www.sla.dk.

Let´s spend a wonderful evening together, seizing the opportunity to get inspired and gain some new perspectives!

This event is kindly supported by our partners SchücoJungGrohe and BoConcept.

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