KRABBESHOLM HØJSKOLE
ART LITERATURE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN GRAPHIC DESIGN
KRABBESHOLM ALLÉ 15
DK 7800 SKIVE
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ART
> SCULPTURE
> THE POLITICAL
> SPOOKY PASTA
> THE WAY THINGS DO
> LONDON
ARCHITECTURE
> INVISIBLE CITIES
> SPACE FOR A CONVERSATION
> REPRODUCTION OF SPACE AND ATMOSPHERE
> ADDITION
> STUDY TRIP MARSEILLE
DESIGN
> OBJECT SURFACE DECORATION
> FIR AND FELT
> 28 LAMPS
> WEAVING AND EMBROIDERY
> SHIRTS AND FURNITURE
GRAPHIC DESIGN
> A SITE SPECIFIC BOOK PROJECT
> VISUAL COMMENTS
> EXHIBITION AND BOOK RELEASE
> GRAPHIC DESIGN CAKES
> ROADTRIP BRNO
LITERATURE
> TATOO
> THE TOWN HALL SQUARE
> SELF-PORTRAIT
> PERFORMANCE
> LITERATURE AND CLAY
> POP MUSIC
> CULTURE MEETING
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AN ANALYSIS

The assignment was divided into two phases. Phase 1 was a building analyze task and Phase 2 was a task where the students were to create their own model with the part element from Phase 1.
This assignment aimed to develop an awareness of how work through building analyzes can develop spatialities.
The buildings used in the assignment was:
Double House by MVRDV, Eames House by Charles and Ray Eames, Kunsthaus Bregenz by Peter Zumthor, Melnikov House by Konstantin Melnikov and House in the Forest by Kazuyo Sejima.
The assignment was given by guest teacher Filip Bjerke Fyri who is studying at the architect school in
Aarhus.