Link Arkitektur, Bergen, NO, Student Architect
LINK arkitektur AS med det heleide datterselskapet LINK arkitektur AB i Sverige er blant de ledende arkitektkontorer i Norden. De 15 avdelingskontorene har i dag ca. 270 medarbeidere. Hovedtyngden av de ansatte er sivilarkitekter, men det er også flere andre faggrupper innenfor samlebegrepet arkitekturprosjektering. I tillegg til tradisjonell arkitektur, jobber vi innenfor landskap, interiør, maritim arkitektur, areal- og samfunnsplanlegging.
LINK arkitektur har bred faglig kompetanse og stor kapasitet, og arbeider med alle typer prosjekter. Vi har bred erfaring fra gjennomføring av store og komplekse byggeprosjekter innenfor bla. næringsbygg og industri, boliger, kultur og idrett, helse og sosial, offshore og maritim, hotell og rekreasjon, forsknings- og undervisning.
LINK arkitektur er eiet og ledet av arkitekter som er aktive i firmaets daglige drift. Den viktigste målsettingen er å skape god arkitektur og gjennomføre våre prosjekter til beste for våre oppdragsgivere. Vi er en stor organisasjon som legger stor vekt på en god og rasjonell drift, samt et trivelig og godt arbeidsmiljø.
raumlaborberlin, Berlin, Student Architect
raumlaborberlin is a network, a collective of 8 trained architects who have come together in a collaborative work-structure. We work at the intersection of architecture, city planning, art and urban intervention. We address in our work city and urban renewal as a process. We are attracted to difficult urban locations. Places torn between different systems, time periods or planning ideologies, that can not adapt. Places that are abandoned, left over or in transition that contains some relevance for the processes of urban transformations. These places are our experimentation sites. They offer untapped potential which we try to activate. This opens new perspectives for alternative usage patterns, collective ideals, urban diversity and difference.
For our projects, we form tailored teams of interdisciplinary experts. City residents are also specialists. No one knows better in each respective situation than those who have to deal with the places on a day to day basis. Thus we can gain valuable information about the history, fears, desires, existential needs, as well as deficits, that exists like an invisible network over every spatial situation. We forge active alliances between local actors and external experts. Thus we discover new areas of action and open new fields of experimentation, whose possibilities we test and examine collectively.
RMJM, Student Architect
RMJM is an international architectural practice with offices throughout Europe, the Middle East & Africa, Asia-Pacific and The Americas. Our work encompasses architecture, sustainable design,urbanism, masterplanning, interior design and research and development. Our culturally diverse studios are made up of nearly 800 architects, designers and creative thinkers - comprising 50 nationalities - working on projects in over 20 countries worldwide.
To focus our international expertise and in depth knowledge of local markets we operate a framework of seven global studios: New York; Scotland; Europe; London; Middle East; Shanghai and Hong Kong. This framework acts as a hub for innovation where we pool, share and transfer knowledge which informs and inspires our teams and clients to create designs of intelligence, beauty and clarity.
We look to the future with our clients central to our design process, and also embrace the legacy of our past. The internationally celebrated work of our founding partners Robert Matthew and Stirrat Johnson- Marshall is embedded in the history and culture of modern architecture.
Alsop Architects, Student Architect
Will (William) Allen Alsop, OBE RA (born 12 December 1947) is a British architect based in London. He is responsible for several distinctive and controversial modernist buildings, most in the United Kingdom. Alsop's buildings are usually distinguished by their use of bright colour and unusual forms. While Alsop has won praise from some critics and fans of avant-garde architecture, he has also faced criticism from fellow architects and some segments of the general public.
Studio 505, Student Architect
Australia-based Studio 505 has designed a carbon-neutral office for Grocon located in Former CUB Site, Melbourne, Australia.
tudio505 were approached by Grocon to design the Development Office (Pixel), the last building to be conceived, and yet the first to be built. Pixel also claims the other two extremes on the site, namely being the smallest building with the biggest expectations.
The brief for Pixel was to provide a 6 Star GreenStar Carbon Neutral home for the Development team and Sales Offices, a display suite area and a green roof top viewing area, for the duration of the developments construction and sales phase. Following this period the project may be strata titled, or be held in one title as offices.
Bergen School of Architecture, MArch, M.Arch
Bergen School of Architecture or BAS (Norwegian: Bergen Arkitekt Skole) is a private and academically independent school which trains architects, located in Bergen, Norway.
BAS offers two master degree programs: Master of Architecture and Master of Architecture with specialization in Landscape. In the Norwegian context, these two programs stand as alternative programs to those offered by the two public architecture schools in Norway (AHO in Oslo and NTNU in Trondheim). BAS programs are accredited by the European Union.  BAS is protected by the National Norwegian Law of Alternative Private Education and receives much of its financial support from the Norwegian government.
BAS was formally founded in 1986 by the initiative of Arch. Prof. Svein Hatløy and the support of the Bergen Association of Architects. S. Hatløy functioned as the academic and administrative Principle until August 31st 2007. Architect and city planer Marianne Skjulhaug took over S.Hatløy as the school's academic and administrative Principle on September 1st, 2007.
The school has approximately 150 students divided in 5 grades. The 5-year-long master degree programs are divided in two cycles. The first cycles ends by an examination of the works the students have done in the first three grades. The approval of this examination gives the students the right to continue on the second cycle. Even though the school does not offer Bachelor degrees, the approved first cycle at BAS usually is equivalent to a Bachelor of Architecture degree in the EU system. The second cycle at BAS consists of three full-time thematic semester courses and a final 7-months-long diploma project.
The University of Melbourne, MArch, M.Architecture
he University of Melbourne introduced Australia's first studies in architecture in the 1860s. ABP established the first full-time architecture course in 1927. Since then, courses in other disciplines of the built and natural environment have followed and we now train architects, construction managers, quantity surveyors, property professionals, landscape architects, urban planners, urban designers, and workplace planners and designers. As the Faculty has grown it has embraced new modes of delivery, course innovation and outlook. As one of the largest and best resourced schools of built environment and design in Australia, we have an enviable teaching and research record.
Under the leadership of our Dean, Professor Tom Kvan, the Faculty will see the implementation of the Melbourne Model initiatives including the introduction of the Bachelor of Environments. The Faculty's undergraduate teaching will be concentrated in this new degree. The Faculty will introduce the Melbourne School of Design in 2008. This is the next step in the evolution of teaching in the built environments disciplines at the University and will encompass professional entry graduate programs, professional development programs as well as graduate research degrees.
Ontario College of Art and Design, Bachelors, Design
At Toronto’s creative core, OCAD University has a long standing tradition of contemporary thinking and practice in art and design. Our Graduate Degree Programs offer the next generation of artists, designers & industry leaders a level of scholarship that is virtually unmatched in Canada.
McGill University, Bachelors, Science
The McGill undergraduate program is a vibrant, interdisciplinary program that offers a number of exciting and relevant specializations to our students. There are several ways to complete a degree in Geography, as we offer B.A., B.Sc, and a combined B.A/B.Sc program, as well as several majors and minors. Many of our undergraduate courses are also available to students enrolled in the McGill School of Environment, International Development Studies, and Urban Systems programs.