Young NTNU-architects are internationally recognized

Youth Center in Senegal
(2014 -02-28)Several young NTNU-architects are presented in international architecture magazines. Now you can read about our past students in The Architectural Review and Designboom.

Young architects are developing the profession, argues The Architectural Review. They support this by presenting 30 projects from around the world designed by architects under 30. Among them are two projects affiliated to the NTNU:

  • Youth Center in Senegal, Project Niafourang
    The center was created by Tore H Grimstad , Assad Ansar and Andreas Brunvoll in 2011, while they were still students at the Faculty.
  • Boat house in Møre and Romsdal , Naust paa Aure
    The boat house was made of Tyin tegnestue in 2011. The founders of Tyin, Yashar Hanstad and Andreas G. Gjertsen, is former students and now faculty staff .

Competing for mentor
Amritha Ballal is another recently graduated candidate who is internationally published. She completed the NTNU study programme Urban Ecological Planning in 2011. Now Designboom writes that she is a finalist in the competition for one year with close guidance from the renowned architect Peter Zumthor. Mentor scheme in architecture is one out of seven in various arts, and the seven winners will be announced in May.