Explore the topic "Inclusive Arctic Urban Spaces" while traveling to Hansnes and back on board the electrical ferry, Brim.
Onboard the electrical ferry Brim we will journey from Tromsø to Hansnes and back again. During the trip different speakers will give us a knowledge boost on how we can plan for more Inclusive Arctic Urban Spaces.
This seminar expands on our project on the same topic which takes place in Hansnes this year. How do we design these spaces?
Hansnes is an uncomfortable long and bumpy drive from Tromsø, therefore we will host this experience on Brim. The trip itself will therefore become "town planning in practice" testing alternative means of travel, while making use of this commute-time.
11:45 Brim boarding from Tromsø. Pier by Nerstranda centre (100m south of The Edge/Kaigata 6.)
12:00 Brim departing.
12:10 Welcome and introduction of today’s speakers.
12:15 Inclusive Arctic Urban Spaces
presented by Kjersti Monsen (Director, NODA)
12:40 Regional programme for creative industries
presented by Andreas A. Sjøvoll (Project Manager, Innovation Norway)
12:45 Break – get some food
13:15 Zero Arctic – Concepts for carbon-neutral Arctic construction based on tradition
presented by Marko Huttunen (Architect, Master Restorer, Livady (FI))
13:45 HOT STUFF - architecture as public space
Presented by Hallstein Guthu (architect/founding partner HALLSTEIN)
14:30 Arriving Hansnes. AR tour of Millenniumsplassen
15:00 Board Brim for return journey.
15:15 Inclusive Arctic Spaces – Summer as Winter as Summer
presented By Elin Delmar (Architect, Norconsult) & Alexander Rundlöf (Architect, Asplan Viak)
15:45 Break – 15 min
16:00 Panel discussion
16:30 End of programme. Enjoy the rest of the journey back to Tromsø
17:00 Back in Tromsø
Changes in the programme may occur.
NODA member: 299kr
NON member: 499kr
Zero Arctic– Concepts for carbon-neutral Arctic construction based on tradition presented by Marko Huttunen (Architect, Master Restorer, Livady (FI))
What are the lessons to be learned from the traditional building methods of indigenous peoples in future sustainable construction?
Coordinated by the Finnish Ministry of the Environment, the Arctic Council’s Zero Arctic project sought alternative views to current planning and designing practices that chiefly focus on energy-efficiency. Besides life cycle assessments, the project utilized cultural historical material and traditional knowledge related to building methods practiced by indigenous peoples in Finland, Canada and Japan, in addition to engaging in collaboration with the indigenous communities.
NODA´s project Inclusive Arctic Urban Spaces presented by Kjersti Monsen (Director, NODA)
How can we make the spaces between buildings more inclusive in our northern climate? This projects seeks to find new methods of involving locals and professionals in creating new forms of installations that adaps to the context of living in an arctic climate. Spaces that respond to the polar night, midnight sun and masses of snow that falls during the long winter.
Inclusive Arctic Spaces – Summer as Winter as Summer presented By Elin Delmar (Architect, Norconsult) & Alexander Rundlöf (Architect, Asplan Viak)
Starting with an empty plot in Hansnes, Ringvassøya, a foundation of community involvement and an architectural workshop, this is a hands-on project looking at the potential of arctic public spaces. “Inclusive Arctic Spaces – Summer as Winter as Summer” aims to try out new ways of designing the public space and involve locals in shaping it.
HOT STUFF - architecture as public space presented by Hallstein Guthu (architect/founding partner HALLSTEIN)
Horisontti is a public sauna project under development in Vadsø, Finnmark. Located on the tip of a pier exposed to the weather HALLSTEIN has designed their interpretation of new Kven architecture in the sauna capital of Norway. The sauna is a public in- and outdoor space where visitors and locals can meet and discuss around the year. Public health, cultural heritage and regional landmark in one project.
The sauna is currently establishing the final funding with a plan to open summer 2023.
Event in collaboration with Troms og Finnmark Fylkeskommune, FINNO - Finsk Norsk Kulturinstitutt and Innovation Norway, Nord-Norges arkitektforening