Sareh Saeidi is an architect at Link Arkitektur and an assistant professor and researcher at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), department of Building- & Environmental Technology. She holds a PhD in architecture from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Her PhD research entitled Inhabiting the Architectural Envelope focused on the climatic and atmospheric performances of building envelopes as inhabitable thresholds between the built and natural environments.
Matthew Dylan Anderson is assistant professor at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO), Institute of Architecture, Building Art unit, and director of Steinlia – an architectural practice. Through teaching, research and architectural practice he investigates how concepts and knowledge from interdisciplinary environmental humanities can be applied in architecture.
Together, our research focusses on critically exploring relations between architecture and ecology through studies of relevant literature within the fields of philosophy, ecology and phenomenology. This builds an applicable framework for our design explorations.
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