Tideland Studio is an architecture and research lab working at the intersection of ecology, technology and art founded by architects Simon Strøyer and Jonas Swienty Andresen. ‘Tideland’ describes an area alternately exposed and covered by the ordinary flow of the tide. For us, the word captures a valuable concept for interacting with our surroundings in a time of global change: Always with a focus on the temporal and fluid qualities of space.
Through a radical sensibility, Tideland is an ongoing research and art project that examines how the latest 3D scanning technologies can contribute new perspectives on our environment. The project started as an attempt to use lidar, drones and photogrammetry to collect data on various Danish landscapes, which will be completely changed in a few years. The scans provide insight into the local phenomena that underlie the change in the landscapes: For example, the biological degradation of the old oak trees in the North Forest and the movement of sand over the Råbjerg Mile.
At Open Architecture Day, Tideland Studio joins the panel discussion “100% Green” together with Rumgehør, Spant Studio, KONDENS and Hahn Lavsen Architects. The panel goes Behind the Scenes of starting up: How do you balance vision and architectural dreams while, at the same time, creating a sustainable business? The architects on stage represent five totally different approaches to architecture, however they all have a profound care for the environment at the heart of the business.
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