Post SOD 2020

Post SOD 2020

Post SOD er en prosjektrapport utformet som en avis, og er resultatet av grunnkurset i Systemorientert Design (SOD), 3. året design (GK6) ved Design- og arkitekthøyskolen i Oslo (AHO). Prosjektet varte et halvt semester, og delte 30 elever inn i 6 grupper med 6...

Eat FOOD

Eat FOOD

This is a systems oriented design project about food systems in collaboration with the EAT Foundation. The context of this project is set in Oslo, Norway. Through Design, Systems thinking, and gigamapping methodology, the current food system was mapped out. After...

All Connected

All Connected

All Connected is a SOD project about food and wellbeing. It was conducted in collaboration with the EAT foundation (https://eatforum.org/). Project by Elizabeth Bjelke Stein & Sigrid LøvlieScroll over the image to magnify details.

Ski Systems

Ski Systems

Ski Systems Design – Build Fjell skis as part of a broader mountain tourism system Learning about Systemic Design is a challenging endeavour. At The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO), the study direction “Systems Oriented Design” (SOD) of the Master program...

Memmen

Memmen

The Memmen project presents a concept for a more sustainable garbage handling system  The report is in Norwegian. The project was done with Baard Røsvik from Semcon as partner. Tutors: Linda Blaasvær, Birger Sevaldson and Andreas Wettre. Project Team:Madeleine...

Spire

Spire

The Memmen project presents a concept for home growing of vegetables The report is in Norwegian. The project was done with Baard Røsvik from Semcon as partner. Tutors: Linda Blaasvær, Birger Sevaldson and Andreas Wettre. Project Team:Ida Lahm, Ida Lahm,Clementine...

M3

M3

This project describes how permaculture can be combined with autonomous robotic agriculture. It was a 7-week bachelor project where the students worked together as a team with different design responsibilities. The report is in Norwegian. The project was done with...

Dyrkelaget

Dyrkelaget

Project Team Thomas Wang: Produkt og interaksjonGustav Traberg: Produkt og interaksjonMartin Pangy Rojas Bøckman: Produkt og tjenesteAlvilde Jerpseth: Interaksjon og tjenesteElias Olderbakk Interaksjon og tjenesteGeir Atle Hustoft Tjeneste Tutors: Linda Blaasvær,...

Baklengs Salto

Baklengs Salto

 I dette kurset har vi arbeidet med systemorientert design i tverrfaglige team med en felles designoppgave i samarbeid med Salto Ladestasjoner AS. Teamet vårt har hatt deltagere fra alle tre spesialiseringer. Samtidig som teamet har vært samkjørt og utviklet et...

IUVO

IUVO

Iuvo charging The starting point for this project has been a proposal put forward by Salto Ladestasjoner AS, with Hedda Heyerdahl as the external supervisor. Areas of opportunity that were put forward were electric car charging in the urban environment, solutions for...

Salto Connect

Salto Connect

The 6th-semester course: “Designing systems”, develops the student’s ability to master the design educational practice focusing on the relationship between the designer, partner and society. An important goal is to see one's design practice within more extensive...

SALTO by C.V.Hanno

SALTO by C.V.Hanno

Christian von Hanno        Click the picture for a larger map Salto aims to release a new quick charger for electric vehicles in 2013. This project investigates and maps out the challenges and needs of quick charging. As a result of my findings I...

Recyclomat

Recyclomat

Recyclomat Information installation for the Øya Music festivalOslo 2010 A distributed installation to increase awareness of the green profile of the festival and to change behaviour and inform about recycling and wast management. The installation is under...

Recolt Metabolic Vehicle

Recolt Metabolic Vehicle

Student: Christopher A. Lange The Recolte Metabolic Vehicle is a electrical car that is continuously recycled by replacing its parts according to a predefined maintenance plan. Nominated: Excellence in sustainability (Franzefoss), Honourable mentioning in the World...

EcoCap

EcoCap

ECO-CAP By Sturla Godøy 2006 ECO-CAP is a ecological capsule for low-tech cloning of trees. The method is derived from an ancient craft and addapted to self-help usage by local communities ECO-CAP won second price in young Talents 2008, The Norwegian Design Council...