Detail of a garden with trees, people around a table and a slight horizontal construction in the air above them
Brendeland & Kristoffersen Arkitekter, "Garden (detail)", 2018
Photo: Nasjonalmuseet / Andreas Harvik
  • 17 November 2023 12.00–16.00
  • The National Museum – The Auditorium

What role does new technology play when architects draw? And should architectural drawings always depict something that could be built?

In the seminar, contributors to the exhibition "Hand and Machine" discuss their use of conceptual, critical, and experimental drawings in their architectural practices.

The exhibition "Hand and Machine" is the first major presentation of contemporary architecture in the Light Hall at the new National Museum. It presents a large selection of architectural drawings from the last fifteen years – drawings that reveal the various ways architects have responded to developments in society at large.

The lecturers and panellists include:

Sam Jacob (Sam Jacob Studio), Christine Petersen (Studio Christine Petersen), Ole Larsen (Gartnerfuglen), Geir Brendeland (Brendeland & Kristoffersen Arkitekter) and Jon Lopez (OMMX).

Subject to changes in the programme.

The seminar will be held in English.
Free participation with places allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.