- DAYLIGHT, SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTH IN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION by Rolf Gerstlauer
DAYLIGHT, SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTH IN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION by Rolf Gerstlauer
Oslo School of Architecture and Design
The workshop will a.o. refer to an ongoing teaching experiment/research by design program at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (Studio B3 and Architecture & Film) working with experimental architectural design and film/video to further investigate the properties of architectural space. The aim is to develop new insights on how architecture as an ‘infrastructure’ can connect to nature and culture again.
Rolf Gerstlauer, 1964 Chur/Switzerland, is Professor at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. He is besides Per Olaf Fjeld and Lisbeth Funck the third member in the experimental Studio B3 (designstudio for masterstudents in architecture) and teaches also, together with his partner Inger Molne, an elective course on ‘Architecture & Film – morphology of body and space’. He works in his own Studio Gerstlauer Molne (since 1992), besides the production of architecture, extensively with photography and experimental film.