As a Senior architect at internationally renowned Snøhetta, Tine Hegli have worked on several high profile projects including: The Oslo Opera house and The National September 11. memorial and Museum (Ground Zero) in New York. Hegli is also the project leader of the Powerhouse collaboration initiative, with the ambition of developing energy positive buildings.
With her work on internationally acclaimed architectural projects at Snøhetta, and expertise with energy economics in the building industry, Hegli proves her diversity as an architect mastering both poetic aesthetics and pragmatic technical requirements. We are proud to have Tine Hegli act as the Jury leader of the 2015 FutureBuilt + 120 HOURS competition: Communicating FutureBuilt; Highlighting and connecting sustainable architecture.
Digital agency Bakken & Bæck was founded in 2011 by Johan Bakken and Tobias Bæck, After only four years of operations the firm has an impressive body of work. Bakken & Bæck develop their own products and services in house, as well as acting in collaborations with major corporations such as Schibsted media group and The Norwegian National Broadcasting Network (NRK). Their team is distinctly multidisciplinary with expertise in: interaction design, graphic design, animation, interface design, front- and back-end development, as well as artificial Intelligence, machine learning and advanced algorithms.
Tobias Bæck with his multiple ventures shows a great enthusiasm and competence for recognizing a good idea and maximizing its potential, be it a visual cloud based collaboration tool for designers or an artificial intelligence data analysis service. These traits makes him an ideal Jury member for the 2015 FuturBuildt + 120HOURS competition: Communicating FutureBuilt; Highlighting and connecting sustainable architecture.
William Kempton is a young and progressive industrial designer currently engaged in researching the effects of 3D-printing on design methodology and process. In his previous work Kempton has explored the possibilities that arise when 3D printing is introduced into a domestic environment. Kempton´s work exposes the potential for 3D printers as enablers for a new generation of innovation, disrupting the traditional hierarchy of product development and manufacturing for consumption.
Kempton is not only an expert in the technical and theoretical aspects of additive manufacturing, he is also a well versed designer with a keen eye for original and surprising solutions. He is without a doubt one of the up-and-coming talents on the Norwegian design scene, and we are very happy to have him on the jury for the 2015 FutureBuilt + 120 HOURS competition: Communicating FutureBuilt; Highlighting and connecting sustainable architecture.
Serving as one of two representatives from the FutureBuilt initiative, Birgit Rusten has had a key role in establishing and developing FutureBuilt since its initiation in 2010. Not only does she have long standing experience educating developers and municipalities on the benefits of carbon neutral buildings and cities, she also brings in-depth knowledge of all the FutureBuilt pilot projects, making her an essential member of the Jury for the 2015 FutureBuilt + 120 HOURS competition: Communicating FutureBuilt; Highlighting and connecting sustainable architecture.
Acting as Communication advisor at Futurebuilt Pia Bodal has extensive experience with the challenge of communicating the effects and benefits of sustainable buildings and urban developments, both to the industry as well as the public.
Bodahl has previously served as head of communications for Norsk Form – Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway, as well as writing on the topic of design and architecture for the national Norwegian newspaper: Dagbladet. A broad and extensive experience in communication and mediating between design/architecture professionals and the general public makes Pia Bodahl a highly appreciated member of the jury for the 2015 FutureBuilt + 120 HOURS competition: Communicating FutureBuilt; Highlighting and connecting sustainable architecture.