Christopher Dyvik is a Tutor in the School of Architecture.
Christopher is a Norwegian Architect and co-founder of Dyvik Kahlen Architects in 2010. He studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture where has also taught various workshops and Media Study courses from 2012-2014. Christopher is on the board of 2020 at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo.
School, Centre or Area
Dyvik Kahlen Architects is a London based office established in 2010 by Christopher Dyvik and Max Kahlen operating across various scales and sectors in the UK, Holland, Germany and Norway, collaborating with clients ranging from public institutions and developers to artists, curators and private individuals. Underlying their work is a desire for objects and spaces that are comfortable and strangely familiar, as much as a fascination for rational and neutral form. They aspire to create good spaces that improve the quality of life of those who inhabit them, be it through a piece of furniture, a building or an urban plan. They were recently featured in the Architecture Foundation’s ‘New Architecture 3’, a survey of the best emerging architects in the UK, selected by a jury of leading architects, critics and curators.
Current and recent projects
Recently finished projects are building for a sailing boat harbour in Holland, the exhibition ‘Engineering the World: Ove Arup and the Philosophy of Total Design’ at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and ‘Magnificent Collections: The Artist as Collector’ at the Barbican Art Gallery.
Projects currently in development are a masterplan and collection of 6 residential buildings in Holland, a Nursery and Community Centre in London, and an exhibition at the Royal Academy.