EXHIBITION

SLOWLY CHANGING COURSE

What kind of housing is suitable for a family that is sometimes six people and sometimes three people? Is it necessary to have a stove? How could future dwellings become?
 

 

The exhibition Slowly Changing Course featured work of four interdisciplinary groups that together worked on research and design proposals for more environmentally friendly, socially conscious, cost-effective, and progressive housing options in Icelandic urban areas. The groups enjoyed the support of project managers and consultants in various fields during a period of four months. 
 

 

In the exhibition, emphasis was placed on communicating the essence of each proposal in a clear way, creating a spatial experience by emphasizing the interaction with the spatial characteristics of Hafnarhú-court and shaping the exhibition space so that it could be a framework for different events during the exhibition.

2015​


​Reykjavík Art Museum, Hafnarhús, court
 

Client / Aurora Design Fund
 

Role / Curator
 

Exhibition committee/ Björn Teitsson,

Snæfríð Þorsteins, Theresa Himmer
 

Graphic Design / Snæfríð Þorsteins

Photographs / Vigfús Birgisson

Exhibitors /

 

HOMO SUM

Brynjar Sigurðarson hönnuður

Hildur Ýrr Ottósdóttir arkitekt

Hjördís Sóley Sigurðardóttir arkitekt

Sóley Norðfjörð sálfræðingur

Snæfríð Þorsteins hönnuður

Sverrir Bollason umhverfisverkfr.

BÆR

Björn Jóhannsson hagfræðingur

Kristján Eggertsson arkitekt

Kristján Örn Kjartansson arkitekt

Ragna Benedikta Garðarsdóttir
dósent í félagssálfræði

Sigurður Gunnarsson byggingarverkfræðingur

Theresa Himmer myndlistarmaður

RÚÐUBORG
Andri Gunnar Lyngberg

Andrésson arkitekt
Björn Teitsson fjölmiðlafulltrúi
Guðjón Kjartansson viðskiptafræðingur
Helga Jóhanna Bjarnadóttir

efna- og umhverfisverkfræðingur
Jón Davíð Ásgeirsson arkitekt
Sigrún Hanna Þorgrímsdóttir þjóðfræðingur


LÓKAL GLÓBAL
Aðalheiður Altadóttir arkitekt
Andri Snær Magnason rithöfundur
Dagný Bjarnadóttir landslagsarkitekt
Falk Krüger arkitekt
Jökull Sólberg Auðunsson vefhönnuður