Stacked Living Units
Stacked living units is the transition between the factory structure and the dissolved field of unplanned housing districts.
The project aims to create a unity between the various users and age groups without compromising the specific needs of each group. Bumps, banks, and plateaus made from granite and concrete are combined with railings in order to facilitate new improved facilities for local skaters and parkour practitioners but also to create an inviting terrain for school children to play.
ONSITE GALLERY is a temporary architecture gallery presenting a number of exhibitions and events till the opening of the new Architecture School in Aarhus.
Transforming everyday street graphics into an unexpected trail and stage; creating a place with a minimal budget.
Housing facilities and roof top landscape. Tagkronen are 158 homes build in wood that are placed on top of a shopping centre creating a living community.
About Appreciation and Care
The shown drawings are part of a practice-led research project into welfare states’ social housing estates. Through drawing, I combine architectural and ethnographic registrations to examine use and material change over time.
Into the Wild
This proposal creates an interconnected, sustainable transition zone between urban areas and adjoining Amager Fælled. New recreational areas are created for local institutions and residents by activating under-utilized areas near the elevated Metro tracks. Proposals include a school garden, a basketball court, and a skate park.
Museum of Contemporary Art
A collaboration with the science festival Bloom in 2018 -2019, led to out presentation of “Far Out Quantum Technology ~ Cosmic Gong Vibration”, by artist Lea Porsager. Participators did the “Ego Eradicator”, a Kundalini yoga exercise, followed by a gong bath.
Tina Ratzer has specialized in color workshops as a way to engage the community in creative processes.
Playing with Lines
Artist Thomas Wolsing has created a garden for the senses on an empty site in a village in Thy.