Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category

SPARK in progress

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

MUTOPIA’s SPARK project is moving ahead, as documented by a drone overflight over the 40.000 m2 large building site in Odense. Great to see the big perspective.

Transformation: Serban Cornea lectures at Ramboll

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Serban Cornea gave a lecture on transformation as source of architectural innovation Friday the 6th of November 2014 at Ramboll Denmark, and shared a number of ongoing projects including DK2050, a national scenario project on the transformation of Denmark towards becoming a carbon-free society in 2050 and X-House, MUTOPIA’s winning proposal for the transformation of a shutdown school into a community center.

In recent years, MUTOPIA has put forward a number of innovative proposals for the transformation of existing buildings and urban structures by successfully combining contemporary sustainable architectural and urban issues with co-creation, MUTOPIA’s User Focused Design trademark.

The lecture, recorded in its full length, is now available on Youtube.

TV interview: Kristina Jordt Adsersen talks about the City of Odense in 2050

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

Kristina Jordt Adsersen discussed the strategic importance of scenarios for the urban development of cities, based on the recently launched national scenario project DK2050, during a 7:30 pm TV interview at TV2 Fyn last night.

Along with the overall framework for the DK2050 project, Kristina also presented MUTOPIA’s proposals for the future development of the City of Odense as part of the ‘GREEN NETWORKS’ scenario.

DK2050 is an ambitious scenario project about Denmark’s transition towards a low carbon society in 2050, curated and organized by the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC), and headed by MUTOPIA.

Kristina Adsersen discusses communication at Oslo Architecture Festival

Monday, November 21st, 2011

MUTOPIA partner Kristina Adsersen discusses the potential of communication in architecture to stimulate new development processes which, in turn, can contribute to making architecture more relevant for society today.

The lecture, followed by a panel discussion with C-Lab director and former AMO principal Jeffrey Inaba and Snøhetta founding partner Craig Dykers, and moderated by Carson Chan, took place during the Oslo Architecture Festival the 23rd of September 2011.