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Beate Marie Hølmebakk

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Beate Marie Hølmebakk
Born28 November 1963
Oslo, Norway
🏫 EducationThe Oslo School of Architecture and Design
💼 Occupation
👩 Spouse(s)Per Tamsen
👴 👵 Parents
  • Gordon Hølmebakk (father)
  • Inger Sophie Hølmebakk (mother)
FamilyToto Hølmebakk, Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk (siblings)
🏅 AwardsThe Schelling Architecture Foundation medal (2004), The Prince Eugen Medal (2022)
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Beate Hølmebakk (born 28 November 1963 in Oslo).[1] is a Norwegian architect and professor. In 2004 she co-founded the architecture practice Manthey Kula together with Per Tamsen[2]

Hølmebakk studied architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO), graduating in 1991. In 1988-89 she was a visiting student at the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture, Cooper Union. She has served as artistic professor at Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden (2004-06), and been a guest professor at the University of Navarra, Spain (2014) and Cornell University, New York (2010). She is currently professor of architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (2007-)[3].

In addition to the work of Manthey Kula, Hølmebakk is known for her paper projects: architectural projects designed for a different purpose than being built. The Virgina series (1997-2000) was in 2020 acquired by the Norwegian National Museum. It consists of drawings and models of four houses conceived as interpretations of female literary characters.[4]

Manthey Kula has been nominated four times for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award (2020, 2018, 2011, 2009)[5]. In 2022 Hølmebakk received the Prince Eugen Medal for outstanding artistic achievement. In 2003, Hølmebakk received an honorary medal by the Erich Schelling Architecture Award.

Notable Works[edit]

  • National Memorial Utøykaia. Hole, Norway. With Bureau Bas Smets (2022).
  • House Hamburgö. Bohuslän, Sweden (2021).
  • National Veteran Monument, Akershus Castle. Oslo, Norway (2021).
  • Guest of Honor Pavilion, Frankfurt Bookfair. Frankfurt, Germany. With LCLA Office (2019).
  • Archipelago. Paper Project. Acquired by the Centre FRAC, Val de Loire (2017).
  • Virginia: Four Houses Based on Literary Characters. Paper Project (1997-2017). Acquired by the National Museum, Norway.

Nominations and Awards[edit]

  • The Prince Eugen Medal (2022).
  • Nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award (2020). Guest of Honour Pavilion, Frankfurt Book Fair.[6]
  • Nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award (2018). Skreda Rest Area.[7]
  • Nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award (2011). Akkarvikodden roadside restroom.[8]
  • Nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award (2009). Pålsbru Power Station.[9]
  • Honorary Medal, The Erich Schelling Architecture Foundation (2003).

References[edit]

  1. "Beate Hølmebakk, Arkitekt". Nasjonalmuseet.
  2. "Manthey Kula".
  3. "Beate Marie Hølmebakk". aho.no.
  4. "Fire hus. Fire kvinner. Beate Hølmebakks arkitektur basert på litterære skikkelser". Nasjonalmuseet.no. Retrieved 6 November 2022.
  5. "EU Mies Award. Manthey Kula". EU Mies Award. Retrieved 6 November 2022.
  6. "EU Mies Award. Manthey Kula". EU Mies Award. Retrieved 6 November 2022.
  7. "EU Mies Award. Manthey Kula". EU Mies Award. Retrieved 6 November 2022.
  8. "EU Mies Award. Manthey Kula". EU Mies Award. Retrieved 6 November 2022.
  9. "EU Mies Award. Manthey Kula". EU Mies Award. Retrieved 6 November 2022.


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