Herman Hjorth Berge (1997) is deeply unsatisfied by the built environment. Born in Stavanger, Norway he has enjoyed the privilege of being immersed in great natural beauty, but in a society completely dominated by the fossil fuel industry. Herman recognises the urgency of the climate crisis, and seeks to use architecture as a tool against capitalism.
Herman graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie Architectural Design department in 2021 with the thesis Countrycide and accompanying project crushed mountain. His practice relies on research and writing as essential to the creative process, and works with different scales and media. Herman is currently attending the Decolonizing Architecture postmasters at the Royal Academy of Art and is based in Stockholm.
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|2019||Rietveld Uncut||Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam|
|2019||Pride and Innocence||Oosterkerk|
|2019||Tramfest||Electrische Museumtramlijn Amsterdam|
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