is an architect SAR MSA. He studied architecture at the KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) Stockholm and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen. In 1996 he established his studio in Stockholm. He was Awarded the Östergötland Architectural Prize in 2004, and The Gerhard Bonnier Prize from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 2009. He was a freelance editor of Arkitektur (The Swedish Review of Architecture) from 1996 to 2002, and the curator and editor of a number of exhibitions and books. Books (all together with Olof Michélsen) on Josef Frank include: Josef Frank Architektur (1995), Accidentism: Josef Frank (2005), and forthcoming: Josef Frank, Spaces.
issues 1–95 are available in PDF format
– First publication dedicated completely to OASE’s graphic design;
– Historical perspectives on the crucial role of graphic design in the architectural field;
– Indepth interview with Karel Martens.
We invite you to read the Calls for Abstracts for OASE #102 and OASE #103.
An impression of the presentation of OASE #99 that took place on 1 Mach 2018 in Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. In the pictures are the participants of the panel discussion that discussed “What future for the Architecture Museum?”: Triin Ojari, Sofie de Caigny, Mirko Zardini, Omer Kanipak and Bernard Colenbrander.
In May OASE #100 about ‘The Architecture of the Journal’ will appear. Interesting public activities connected to this special edition of OASE are being planned, so keep an eye on this website.
OASE #98 about Narrating Urban Landscapes was presented on 1 February 2018 at the University of Greenwich, London.
Lectures by Bruno Notteboom, Kris Scheerlink and Klaske Havik. Image: Klaske Havik, editor of OASE, during the presentation.
Especially for the 25th anniversary of the Kunsthal in Rotterdam OASE editor Véronique Patteeuw, talked to architect Rem Koolhaas about the realisation, current function and the future of the building. Also OASE #94 about OMA was discussed!
On 19 October 2017 OASE and the KU Leuven organised a workshop for students from KU Leuven and TU Delft. Later on OASE #98 was launched by the editors of this issue and the Scientific Board of OASE. Maarten Overdijk (Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht) and Bas Smets (Bureau Bas Smets) gave lectures.