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05.12.2022Editor at Arkitektfaglig Presse

I have edited four recent books on Arkitektfaglig Presse: "Under Under 3", with work by Luis Callejas and Andrea Branzi; "AHOs Samlede Historie", authored by Karl Otto Ellefsen; "Samtaler om AHO", containing a series of interviews, and published in relation to the 75 year jubilee of the Oslo School of Architecture and Design; and "Sustainable Architecture for the Norwegian Town", a feasibility study made for Flekkefjord kommune by the AHO Urban Design.

07.31.2021ACSA-EAAE Conference

I served on the steering committee and as coordinator for the ACSA-EAAE conference on sustainability in architectural education, hosted by Pratt Institute and AHO. The full programme can be found here.

07.10.2021Essay in Architectural Review

My essay about The Hedmark Museum by Sverre Fehn is published in The Architectural Review issue "Collage/New Into Old". It is part of the "Revisit" essay-series, looking at how buildings have stood the test of time. You can read the essay online here.

01.30.2021Panel Discussion at the Berlage

I was asked to participate in a panel discussion at the Berlage Institute/ TU Delft, discussing architectural projects for a green tourism industry. Other panelists included Jonas Norsted (Atelier Oslo), Annette Gigon (Gigon Guyer), Oana Stănescu and others.

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Jørgen Tandberg Arkitekt MNAL is an architecture practice based in Oslo. We have completed work in a range of European countries, with projects ranging from single-family houses to public commissions and area plans. The work has been published and exhibited internationally, and the office is part of The Norwegian National Scenic Routes' commitment to promote young designers, and the Norwegian Architecture Associations list of "Wildcard"-offices.

Jørgen Tandberg studied architecture at the Architectural Association School in London and urbanism at the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam. His professional background is in urbanism, architecture and art production, mainly from practices in Oslo, London and Madrid. He has taught courses at the Architectural Association School and acted as invited critic in various architecture schools. Currently he is teaching at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design as an associate professor.