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The Architectural Association of Ireland presents their Lecture: How We Work Series with Beate Hølmebakk on Thursday 6th December.
Beate Hølmebakk has worked with fictional architecture; projects exploring the potential for architectural interpretation of literary texts. Her series of houses based on female literary characters received a medal from The Erich Schelling Architecture Foundation and have been exhibited and presented in Norway and abroad.
From 2003 Hølmebakk has run a small architectural practice, Manthey Kula, together with partner Per Tamsen. Their first realized project, a hydro power station for Statkraft was finished late fall 2007, the project was nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2009.
Parallel to practicing Hølmebakk has been teaching, from 2003-2005 as half-time Artistic Professor at the Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg and from 2007 as a half-time professor at AHO in Oslo.
Date: 6th December
Location: Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity.
Price: €5, free for AAI Annual Pass Members
For more information please visit architecturalassociation.ie