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Practice Models #1—Bergen School of Architecture (BAS)

Dato: 03.04.2024
Tid: 19:00
Arrangør: Bergen School of Architecture (BAS)

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Practice Models is an ongoing event series that takes a behind the scenes look at the nature of architectural practice with a focus on the way a practice is started, structured and runs as well as the stories of those at the center of it all. The series aims to shine a light on the design of practice itself and the intertwined role this plays in its direction and output. In doing so, it seeks to highlight the richness and diversity of practices, to inspire, stimulate community and dive into how is architecture actually practiced today.


Three young Bergen-based practices will share their approach to practice followed by a moderated roundtable discussion.

Attom (Eva Bull & Åsmund K. Hårklau)

Maike Statz

Utopic (Bjørnar S. Haveland)

Roundtable discussion moderated by Cristian Stefanescu



Bergen Assembly - Halfdan Kjerulfs gate 4, 5017 Bergen

18:45 Doors open (open bar)

19:00 Lectures + Roundtable Discussion

22:00 Post talk bar and informal setting

Free Event



Attom is a Bergen based architectural office led by Eva Bull and Åsmund Knapstad Hårklau. Both educated at the Bergen School of Architecture where Åsmund currently serves as co-class teacher of the first year. Eva holds a bachelor's degree in social anthropology from the University of Bergen.

The office's core focus is on public space, renovation and new construction. A strong local approach guides the practice whether it is in the form of a dialogue with the surrounding context, the use of local materials and traditions along with engaging with local actors, groups and communities, all highly valued.

We believe that architecture is not an end goal in itself, but rather a background for events and activity. With this in mind, we see architecture not as problem solving but rather a way of opening up for possibilities that can be generated through existing situations. Play and exploration take on a central role in our approach to a collaborative architecture that aims to bring joy.



I am an interior architect and artist interested in the relationship between bodies and space. Through my work I am committed to challenging the inequalities that exist in space and spatial practices. My practice spans curation, publishing, writing, and design. Current areas of research include situated writing methods, queer and feminist spatial practices, the relationship between emotion, identity and space, and rethinking architecture through speculative fiction.

In 2022 I co-founded the project space NOGOODS and the magazine bias with Danja Burchard, now co-run with Francesca Scapinello. Recent curatorial and design projects include Hosting Space (June–August 2023) at Hordaland Kunstsenter in Bergen and Dissident Publics (May–June 2023) with NOGOODS and Exutoire at ROM in Oslo.

I hold a Masters in Interior Architecture from the Studio for Immediate Spaces at the Sandberg Instituut, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, NL and a Bachelors of Interior and Spatial Design and International Studies from the University of Technology, Sydney AUS and Technische Universität Berlin DE.

I am currently based in Bergen and enjoy swimming, feminist science fiction and making furniture.

Halfdan Kjerulfs gate 4
5017 Bergen

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