FINAL REVIEW AND EXIBIT OF NASA SEMESTER WORK

After an amazing stay at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, filled with site visits, lectures and one to one meeting with engineers, architects and astronauts, the students presented their work for their final review and exhibit. A special thanks to Larry Toups for his amazing dedication, help and logistic investment, in making this trip … Continue reading

FALL SEMESTER 2012 TO NASA’s SPACE CENTER

This semester our Extreme Environment Master course is reaching for the skies and beyond. In a time and age where science and technology inform both space missions as well as architectural constructions on earth, one wonders what the role of the architect is or should be, in both territories. For this Fall semester, we will … Continue reading

FALL 2012, COLLABORATION WITH NASA

Advanced Architectural Design (AAHN02) 15,0 Credits (plus 7,5) EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS AND FUTURE LANDSCAPES: SPACE ARCHITECTURE¬† COURSE EXAMINER: Prof. Christer Malmstr√∂m COURSE DIRECTORS: Guest Professor David A. Garcia and Tina Henriette Kristiansen OBLIGATORY COURSE: Integrated Design: Architectural Design (AAHN10) 7,5 Credits¬† at Johnson Space Center, NASA workshop (2.5 weeks) ATTENDANCE: Maximum 20 students. COURSE LANGUAGE: English … Continue reading