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HELLO.

Andreas Tjeldflaat is a Norwegian architect and design engineer based in New York City. He is a founding partner of Himmelnord, director of Framlab, and member of the faculty at Cornell University’s College of Architecture.

SELECTED WORK


Right to Housing
UNECE, 2018


Discussing 3D-printing in response to global housing crisis.
 



Antifragile Housing
Cornell University AAP, 2018


Exploring modular housing systems through Modularity Lab.


Aten Reign
Guggenheim Museum, 2013


Consulting Guggenheim Museum for James Turrell installation.



A Problem Shared
Frame Magazine, 2018


Speculating on coliving for a better planet.


Shelter with Dignity
Framlab, 2017


Reimagining what a homeless shelter can be for New York City.



A Tree (Grows) in Brooklyn
Framlab, 2017

Democratizing urban farming for Brooklyn, through modularity.


SwD Prototyping  ︎
UNECE, 2018

Presenting 3D-printed shelters to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe at Urban Week 2018.







Guardians  ︎
Confidential, 2019
NYC, Quantitatively  ︎
Housing Design Studio
Cornell University AAP, 2018

Michael Paraszczak &
Reuben Posada


BIOGRAPHY


Andreas Tjeldflaat is a Norwegian architect and design engineer based in New York City. He is the director of Framlab, a NYC and Bergen-based social innovation studio and partner in Himmelnord, a Bergen-based architecture firm. Previously, Andreas has practiced with leading architecture firms, such as Toshiko Mori Architect in NYC and Reiulf Ramstad Architects in Oslo, and worked with Titoma in Taipei,

3xU in Copenhagen, and Guggenheim Museum in NYC. Andreas has taught at renowned institutions such as the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell University, and the New York Institute of Technology. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark and a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. 

Upon graduation he was awarded the Paul Philippe Cret Medal for consistent demonstration of design excellence. Andreas is currently conducting research on the architectural capacity of modularity, while trying to master the art of baking bread.






SELECTED TALKS


Feel the Future
Campus Party Brasilia, Brazil








Homeless no More
UN Palais des Nations, Switzerland




Shelter with Dignity
PLÅT18, Sweden

SELECTED PRESS


 


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Fundamentals

Charing Cross
London
WC2N 5D, UK

Experiments

Via Cordusio, 4
20123
Milano, Italy

Formulations

200 N Spring St
Los Angeles
California, 90012

Interpretations

3 Rue des Barres
75004
Paris, France