Kastler Skjeseth will exhibit work at Budsjord in Dovre from the 25th of June and throughout summer. Budsjord is a national heritage site along the pilgrimage road leading to Trondheim.The fram welcome pilgrims and other visitors to eat, sleep and experience the unique historical setting and is an important meeting place for travellers and locals - an environment for dialogue and contemplation.
The Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage (Riksantikvaren) has recently launched its “best practice” collection and has included three projects from Kastler Skjeseth’s portfolio to their online. The collection features good solutions for climate, universal access design and changed use of buildings worthy of protection. The website will show examples of various themes relating to heritage protection, as a tool for planning officers and inspiration for the public.
Arkitektur N (The Norwegian Review of Architecture) has published an article on the barn conversion project here
Talk at Institute for Construction Technische Universität Braunschweig
Erlend Skjeseth gave a talk to students and staff at Technische Universität Braunschweig Link
We have been granted permission to renovate and extend a log cabin in Nordmarka despite a complex planning process. See more here
Kastler Skjeseth lectured at HEAD Geneva as part of the conference titled " Entanglements between Heritage and Media" Link to presentation here
The article we wrote about the experiences of working on our first built project is now online, available to read in Norwegian here