Transborder Studio is an Oslo-based architecture practice founded by Øystein Rø and Espen Røyseland in 2013. The office engages in a wide array of projects, scales, formats and collaborations.
Transborder Studios portfolio contains architectural design, urban planning, research and cultural production.
TRANSBORDER STUDIO AS
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Partner. M.Arch.MNAL with education from NTNU in Trondheim and TU in Berlin. Co-founder of Transborder Studio (2013).Co-founder of art and architecture gallery 0047, first in Berlin (2004), then in Oslo (2007). Secretary of Europan Norway since 2007. Has been teaching at both NTNU and AHO in Oslo, where he has also been guest critic. Recipient of Norsk Form’s prize to young architects in 2011 and Oslo Architect’s Association’s Architecture Prize in 2014.
Partner. M.Arch. MNAL. Co-founder of art and architecture gallery 0047, first in Berlin (2004), then in Oslo (2007). Educated at NTNU in Trondheim and TU in Berlin. Worked for L.O.F. arkitekter and Kielland Viksjø arkitekter before starting his own architecture practice in 2006. Employed by 0047 since 2007. Secretary of Europan Norway since 2007. Has been teaching at the The Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Recipient of Norsk Form’s prize to young architects in 2011 and Oslo Architect’s Association’s Architecture Prize in 2014.
M.Arch. MNAL. Fredrikke is educated at the Bergen School of Architecture. She has been working for Transborder since the very beginning of the office. Fredrikke is a central architect for Landbrukskvartalet, both in the competition phase and now in the ongoing detail regulation. She has also been a guest critic at Bergen School of Architecture.
M.Arch.MNAL. Holds a master degree from Kongelig Danske Kunstakademi, Copenhagen. Margrete has been involved in many of Transborder’s projects, particularly the Kloden Theatre where she was a central team member. She is also taking care of the Europan administration.
Freelance. M.Arch. and M.Larch. Landscape urbanist from AHO and architect from Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture de Montepellier. Gauthier has been a key architect in many of Transborder’s prize winning competition projects. Gauthier has also been teaching at Oslo School of Architecture and Design.