Fall 2018


At the architecture studio the semester began with registration in and around Skive. After this, the students were introduced to different material as the base for the construction of a landscape model and a so-called Nolli Map, a map inspired by a map of Rome created in 1748. With this collective material as the point of departure, the students have been working with different forms of abstraction — always with the purpose of finding spatial potentials through drawing and models. This initial proces ended with a total installation in the studios where the students wove together all their work into spatial progressions, enhanced with audiovisual effects and film and photography.