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LATEST NEWS

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Tell your story: a short interview with Tine Hegli

In our final interview before the competition kicks off on Monday morning we ask our eminent jury leader Tine Hegli if she has any last advice for the contestants.

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Dig deep: a short interview with Tobias Bæck

Tobias Bæck, leading interaction designer and Co-Founder of Bakken & Bæck, Wake and Orbit talks to us about his expectations for Communicating FutureBuilt.

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Looking for something meaningful: a short interview with William Kempton

For the second installment in this interview series we have had a chat with jury member William Kempton, PhD Fellow at Center for Design Research, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Why did he choose to be part of this competition?

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A short interview with FutureBuilt

In lead up to the competition we have invited the five jury members to talk a bit about their expectations, and to share a few tips with the participants. First up are Pia Bodahl and Birgit Rusten from the competition organizer FutureBuilt

THE RESULT


Read the general verdict from the jury HERE

Read all bout the winning projects HERE

Download the assigment HERE

FutureBuilt + 120 HOURS


FutureBuilt has partnered with the organizers behind the world’s largest competition for architecture students, 120 HOURS. The conceptual competition is open to both students and professionals within the architecture and design discipline. The original competition format gives participants five days or 120 hours, to solve the FutureBuilt challenge, to develop an interactive concept to highlight FutureBuilts 50 model projects presence in the cityscape of Oslo.

120 HOURS are very proud to have the opportunity to collaborate with FutureBuilt. Both organizations have always been committed to being a contributor to new thoughts and discussions in the architectural society, and climate change is definitely one of those areas where we need to think again.

If you think that you have what it takes, sign up right now and join the 120 HOUR + FutureBuilt Challenge. Sign up as a single person, team, or register your design practice right now!

Read more about FutureBuilt, or read our FAQ, if you have a question. Details about the project is kept secret until the 15th of June.

The jury


The jury of FutureBuilt + 120 HOURS is composed of members from FutureBuilt, reputed and experienced architects and designers from Norway, with a great passion for innovasion and great idéas. Read more about the jury here!

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    Tine Hegli

    Jury leader
    Senior Architect, Snøhetta. Process leader, Powerhouse
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    Tobias Bæck

    Jury member
    Co-Founder at Bakken & Bæck, Wake and Orbit
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    William Kempton

    Jury member
    PhD Fellow at Center for Design Research, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO)
  • Birgit

    Birgit Rusten

    Jury member
    Program manager, FutureBuilt
  • Pia

    Pia Bodahl

    Jury member
    Communications advisor, FutureBuilt

Prizes


  • 1st prize
    50 000
    NOK
  • 2nd prize
    25 000
    NOK
  • 3rd prize
    12 500
    NOK