Experiment setup 1-6: Architecture critics from Sweden, Norway, and Denmark write critiques of fictional works of architecture. The critical reflection departures in the critics’ own dreams and imagination. The written critiques are handed over to six designers from the three countries who generate form through model and drawing based on the critique. The written critique and the graphic and spatial design representations are presented together in a traveling exhibition. You can read and listen to the critiques below:
Critique: A House Made for Walking by the Norwegian architecture critic Mari Hvattum./ Form: Three Attempts at Giving Form to a House Made for Walking by the Danish practicing architect Jonathan Houser.
Critique: Parlour by the Danish architecture critic Martin Søberg./ Form: Sections and Fractions by the Norwegian architecture studio Element.
Critique: Cathedral for a New Era by the Swedish architecture critic Ylva Frid./ Form: SAK NR 20200814/1200/ Investigation of Cathedral for a New Era by the Norwegian architecture studio Kaleidoscope.
Critique: Stripped Down, Dressed Up by the Norwegian architecture critic Gaute Brochmann./ Form: Tectonic Objects by the Swedish architecture studio Tham & Videgård.
Critique: On the Fringes by the Danish architecture critic Sara Ettrup./ Form: The Plot by the Swedish architecture studio Krupinski / Krupinska Arkitekter
Critique: A School to Grow Up In by the Swedish architecture critic Rasmus Wærn./ Form: The Dual High School by the Danish architecture studio LETH & GORI.