Winners of the DOGA Award for Newcomers 2019
The Objectum form library is a unique specialization in birch as a material for design and crafts.
Vilde Hagelund: Objectum
Thanks to new technology, parents and health professionals can work together to ensure safe care and follow-up of premature babies outside of the hospital.
Andrea Kristine Lysgaard: Kom hjem (Come home)
The master thesis 03 Assembly Palace deals with an abandoned shopping center and explores how to create a social hub in a vulnerable neighborhood.
Atdhe Illyrian Belegu: 03 Assembly Palace
A new master's thesis explores how architects can drive and preserve the production and use of local forest and action-based wood knowledge.
Bonitet Arkitektur: Barking up the right tree
Through experimenting with seaweed and kelp, two design students have laid the foundation for what can become a revolution in packaging.
Frøya Thue and Frida van der Drift Breivik: DYPP
In the old town of Zanzibar, mass tourism has taken over many of the urban spaces previously reserved for local women. The master project Reclaim Women's Space – a garden at Hurumzi Square proposes an inclusive meeting space to strengthen the position of local women.
Eva Storrusten: Reclaim Women’s Space – a garden at Hurumzi Square
Knekk is the result of a student assignment at AHO where students were asked to interpret Fora Form's slogan "where people meet". Knekk is now being manufactured by Fora Form.
Jon Fauske: Knekk
We need to reduce our CO2 emissions if we are to reach the two-degree target of the Paris Agreement. The project "We have a crisis" shows how each of us can contribute.