Yashar Hanstad: TYIN tegnestue Architects

The international lecture series Nordic Perspectives #2 opens 27 September at 15.00

Yashar Hanstad, co-founder of TYIN tegnestue Architects, is kicking off the international lecture series Nordic Perspectives #2.  The title of his lecture is The craft of architecture.

Nordic Perspectives #2 sheds light on recent Nordic Architecture and related tendencies, as seen through the eyes of a handful of distinguished practicing architects from the Nordic countries and abroad.

Yashar Hanstad graduated from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art, in 2010. Besides his practice, he now holds a position as associate professor at NTNU.

When: Thursday  27 September at 15.00. 
Where: Aarhus School of Architecture, Gymnastiksalen, Paradisgade 4-6, 8000 Aarhus C.

The lecture is public and free of charge.

Yashar Hanstad TYIN (725x442)

Founders of TYIN, Yashar Hanstad (left) and Andreas Grøntvedt Gjertsen.

About TYIN Architects

TYIN tegnestue Architects was established in 2008 by Masters of Architecture Andreas G. Gjertsen and Yashar Hanstad. TYIN is currently run and has its headquarters in the Norwegian city of Trondheim.

The office has completed several projects in poor and underdeveloped areas of Thailand, Burma, Haiti and Uganda, as well as in Norway.

TYIN has gained broad recognition for their engaging and tactile architecture. They won several international awards and their projects have been published and exhibited worldwide.

TYIN 1 (b 800)

Fordypningsrommet Fleinvær, Gildeskål Kommune, Norway. By TYIN tegnestue Architects in cooperation with Rintala Eggertsson Architects.

TYIN 2 (b 800)

Arne Garborgsveg 18, Trondheim, Norway. By TYIN tegnestue Architects.

Cassia Co-op Training Centre by TYIN tegnestue architects

Cassia Co-op Training Centre,  Indonesia. By TYIN tegnestue Architects.

 

This is how TYIN describes their practice:

”Solutions to real and fundamental challenges call for an architecture where everything serves a purpose – an architecture that follows necessity. By involving the local populace actively in both the design and building of their projects, TYIN are able to establish a framework for mutual exchange of knowledge and skills. All materials used in TYIN´s projects are collected close to the sites or purchased from local merchants.”