Oasis-lecture-01

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2012—: PhD researcher, Architecture and computation, LTH School of Architecture , Lund, Sweden

1999—2005: Architecture, Royal Institute of Technology , Stockholm, Sweden

2004: Architecture , Universität der Künste , Berlin

2002: Architecture , ENSAPLV , Paris, France

1997—1998: Fine arts , Wiks Folkhögskola , Sweden

WORK EXPERIENCE

2010—: Founder, Architect, Designer
   Skåtar Architecture & Design , Berlin, Germany

2020—: Guest professor
   Free University of Bolzano, Italy

2018—: Lecturer
   Anhalt University, Dessau, Germany

2007—2010: Architect, Project manager
   Studio Olafur Eliasson GmbH , Berlin, Germany

2005—2006: Architect
   Tema Architects , Uppsala, Sweden
FREDRIK SKÅTAR
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black OASIS - revitalising forgotten corners of the city
- spatial interventions = comments on future urban life
DIA Dessau | Fredrik Skåtar | www.skatar.com/oasis
There are numerous unused and
unattractive corners of the city
- how can we revitalise these?
could a spatial intervention
revitalise a forgotten corner
and its surroundings?
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Slide - seemingly vague issues
- are they really so vague?
Slide - we have plenty of evidence, it is just hard to explain
- aren't these the architect's main driving force?
- is that obvious to everyone?
Slide - aren't these the architect's main driving force?
- is that obvious to everyone?
Slide - their alleged vagueness creates a negative attitude towards them
- classic conflict architect vs engineer, user's DIY, prefab, the architect as a luxury
Slide - we need to defend vagueness
- we need to create societal awareness about architecture
Slide - What is the point of building if these issues are not our primary goal?
- What is the point of utilitarian construction?
- Using the term Bauhaus in New European Bauhaus already implies
  that artistic considerations are crucial, but utilitarian solutions' risk
  is imminent
Slide Our revitalised corners will be examples of sustainable, long-term design
solutions that explain why these seemingly vague issues are so important.

We can send our proposals to the New European Bauhaus Committee

Slide - Does the EU need an EU-Bouwmeester who can promote the above? Slide - Is our roles as architects to promote the above?
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iframe The New European Bauhaus proposes to focus our conversations on the places we inhabit and on our relationship with natural environments, beyond the built space. It is a practical approach to discover beautiful, sustainable and inclusive ways of living and to use them to inspire our way forward.

Let's all start answering a simple question: what would the new ideal building be? And if we open more that question, what would beautiful, sustainable and inclusive places be like? What are the feelings, the sensations, but also the practical requirements and the materials we would use? If it was our neighbourhood, how should that look like, feel like, work like? How would we share the space and what would be our new habits? What if the new buildings were spaceships? What if they were earthships? What if they were like a bird's nest, or a flower, or a tree?

What if?... How to?...

If you join the conversation, your answers will be your introduction to the rest of the community. Are you up for it?
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Project ---
Diller Scofidio Renfro
Square Game
Orrizzontale Studio
Square Game
Orrizzontale Studio
Las 3 Marias
Enorme Studio
High Line NY
Diller + Scofidio & Renfro
The Urban Garden
Shanghai, China
The Urban Garden
Shanghai, China
Linden Alley, San Francisco
Build
Community Square Design
Milano, Italy
Olafur Eliasson: Umschreibung Anish Kapoor "Cloud Gate" Gondwana
Orrizzontale Studio
Gondwana
Orrizzontale Studio
Community Square Design
Milano, Italy
Community Square Design
Milano, Italy
Light installation
Odenplan, subway station
Stockholm, Sweden
Analogical Smart Cities
Enorme Studio
Indoor park, Moscow, Russia
Diller Scofidio Renfro
Rotating Trees
Diller Scofidio Renfro
Blur Building
Diller Scofidio Renfro
Theaterplein
Paola Viganò
Hoge Rielen
Paola Viganò
Park Spoor Noord
Paola Viganò
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