Tuesday, 12 September 13.00
The afternoon provides an introduction to the Anholt Forces pavilion, a group installation designed and built by students from Master Studio 2B, Arkitektskolen Aarhus. During the walking tour students will discuss the reasons for its representation and construction, describing their experiences on Anholt Island and how these experiences have translated into the built pavilion.
Following a conversation about the educational goals of the Anholt Forces pavilion with the tutors from Master Studio 2B, Arkitektskolen Aarhus. During the talk studio tutors Bob Trempe and Jan Buthke will discuss the overarching themes for the academic year, the reasoning for using Anholt as a place of study, the techniques and experimentations taught, and how each force has impacted the pavilion design.
Where: Vennelystparken, Vennelyst Boulevard, 8000 Aarhus C.
Anholt Forces is part of the exhibition Architecture Moves, where 140 master students and 20 teachers form Aarhus School of Architecture has been working with different locations all over the Central Denmark Region to shape the future.
The exhibition is open until 15 September.