The Triennale would not be what it is without our devoted partners.


The National Museum holds, conserves, exhibits and promotes public knowledge about Norway’s largest collections of art, architecture and design. The museum presents permanent exhibitions of objects from its collection, and temporary exhibitions of loaned and own material. The museum’s venues in Oslo are currently the National Museum – Architecture and Villa Stenersen.


DOGA is a driving force for sustainable value creation through design and architecture. They facilitate collaboration between creative talents, businesses and the public sector and work to strengthen the role of design and architecture in shaping the Norway of tomorrow.

Oslo Business Region

Oslo Business Region facilitate for more growth companies in Oslo by attracting investments and talent, providing insight, give information about opportunities and key stakeholders in Oslo, and building bridges between scaleups and the City of Oslo. They promote Oslo internationally, as a leading city for innovation and entrepreneurship.

Oslo arkitektforening

Oslo Arkitektforening (OAF) work for an open and brave professional culture. They contribute to opening up the architecture profession and to be a clear voice in the debate about architecture and urban devlopment in Oslo.


National Association of Norwegian Architects (NAL) is a professional ideal members organization. They work to promote good architecture and architects shared interests. NAL participate in the public debate about architecture and local development, and are pushing for the development of architectural policy in Norway against politicians the decision makers.

Arkitektur- og designhøgskolen i Oslo (AHO)

The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) offers a unique research-based education of international standing. Established in 1945, today it has built a solid national funding base and is prominently ranked internationally. AHO awards three master’s degrees in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Design, as well as a PhD programme.


OBOS is the largest housing developer in Norway and one of the largest in Scandinavia. OBOS’ vision is to build the society of the future and, in doing so, fulfil housing dreams.


Sweco is Europe’s leading architecture and engineering consultancy. Sweco plans and designs the sustainable communities and cities of the future.


Grønlikaia, being the last big development area in the transformation of Oslo's former industrial harbour, is HAV Eiendom's case as a project partner with the Triennale. Here, shipping containers and asphalt will be replaced with activities, housing and offices as Grønlikaia will change from being a closed port area to being a new neighbourhood. HAV Eiendom is the Port of Oslo's real estate company, established in 2003, to create a sustainable fjord city and values for the capital, the port an the society.


Lilleakerbyen as an area of transformation from shopping center to neigbourhood is Mustad Eiendom's case in their project partnership with the Triennale. Mustad Eiendom is a family owned company with a long term and sustainable perspectiv on the local management and development of the area between Lilleaker and Lysaker. They have already been based in the area for almost 150 years, and have a similarly long perspective also for the future.

Vestli torg

Bydel Stovner, Oslo kommune and COOP are in a project partnership with the Triennale focusing on the development of the Vestli neighbourhood, with particular focus on developing a meeting place between the municipality and the Vestli inhabitants. Bydel Stovner is a green and thriving borough north in the valley of Groruddalenlevende in Oslo. They aim so be a safe and including local community promoting activity, social engagement and dialogue.


To support climate friendly urban development, six municipalities in the Oslo region are collaborating on the FutureBuilt programme. Their vision is to show that climate neutral urban areas, based on high quality architecture, are possible.


NTNU is a university with an international focus, with headquarters in Trondheim and campuses in Ålesund and Gjøvik. NTNU has a main profile in science and technology.

Plan- og bygningsetaten

The Agency for Planning and Building Services is part of the City Administration of Oslo and has about 550 employees. The agency plans the urban design and land use development of the city.


Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects (NLA) was founded in 1929. The organisation counts 735 ordinary and 250 student members.


Association of Consulting Architects in Norway. Working to promote the interests of almost 600 Norwegian companies selling architect services.


The Norwegian Association of Interior Architects and Furniture Designers (NIL) is a national NGO organizing interior architects and furniture designers.


Code arkitektur is an architecture office working with different public and private commisions. The office was established in 1997 and is based in Oslo. Code has 25 employees.


Snøhetta has grown to become an internationally renowned practice of architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture, product, graphic, digital design and art, with 280 employees of more than thirty different nationalities, and an equal gender distribution. Snøhetta's practice has a global presence, with offices spanning from Oslo, Paris, and Innsbruck, to New York, Hong Kong, Adelaide and San Francisco.

Transborder Studio

Transborder Studio is an Oslo-based office working on projects in the fields of architecture and urbanism, with a particular focus on cities and spaces for living, working and culture. Transborder works on all scales, from small interventions to large urban projects, often with a unique blend of program, context and history.

LINK Arkitektur

LINK's driving force is to create sustainable social architecture, increase people's quality of life and make projects profitable for their customers. LINK's 500 employees are located in 15 cities in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.


SLA is an internationally renowned nature-based design studio. Together they are 130 landscape architects, biologists, anthropologists, and city planners.

Oslo Works

Oslo Works is a young and curious architecture studio, established 2016.

Dyrvik Arkitekter

Dyrvik Arkitekter was established in 1998 and is today one of the leading achitecture offices in Norway.


DRMA is an architecture office based in Drammen.

Rodeo Architects

Rodeo was founded in 2007 and has established itself in the overlap between design, strategy, and research, with a portfolio of acclaimed national and international projects. Rodeo consists of architects, urbanists, landscape architects and social scientists, in addition to a network of partners.


Pir II was established in 1994 at the pier in Trondheim. TOday Pir II has offices in both Oslo and Trondheim. Pir II covers all professional areas and project phases that creates tomorrow's architecture, including planning, project management, landscape architecture ane interior architecture.


Over almost three decades Lundhagem has been driven by a consistent approach inspired by the Norwegian design tradition of simplicity, minimalism and functionality. Founded in 1990 by Svein Lund and Einar Hagem, Lundhagem today consists of over 60 employees.

Nordic — Office of Architecture

Nordic — Office of Architecture’s mission is to build a more sustainable society through exceptional architecture that transforms, inspires and enhances the environments in which we live. Based in Oslo, with offices in Copenhagen and Reykjavik, Nordic — Office of Architecture is a community with a culture for beautiful and outstanding architecture, a culture that is Powered by Commitment.

Oslo kommune

The City of Oslo holds both municipal and county functions. The City is responsible for a wide range of matters, including elementary school and pre-school education, cultural institutions and events, health care services, social services, child protection services, housing and urban renewal, local roads, local transport for people and goods, parks and green areas, environmental issues, land use and urban planning.

Ministry of Culture and Equality

Arts Council Norway is the main governmental operator for the implementation of Norwegian cultural policy. Arts Council Norway functions as an advisory body to the central government and public sector on cultural affairs.

The Nordic Culture Fund

The Nordic Culture Fund works to support innovative and dynamic artistic and cultural life in the Nordic Region that is diverse, accessible and of high quality. Through this mission, they wish to stimulate the development of art and culture at all levels in the Nordic region, as well as in a global context.

CMS Kluge

CMS Kluge is a Norwegian full-service provider of legal services, with three offices covering the key business hubs of Oslo, Stavanger and Bergen. Kluge was established in Stavanger in 1923 and has been a story of continued growth ever since. CMS Kluge has a strong position within the energy, construction, infrastructure and public sectors.


Statsbygg is the Norwegian government’s building commissioner, property manager and developer. They also advise the government in construction and property affairs. Their role is to provide and maintain quality public facilities and workplaces for other state agencies. They also function as an advisor during concept development and planning phases of certain projects.


The Finnish-Norwegian Cultural Institute (FINNO) promotes cultural exchange between Finland and Norway. The aim is to encourage cooperation, dialogue and mobility between Finnish and Norwegian artists, cultural entities and organisations, and to produce varied programme for the public at large.

The Savings Bank Foundation DNB

The DNB Savings Bank Foundation is an independent Norwegian foundation. Their objective is to contribute to philanthropic causes in Norway.

Bærum kommune

The municipality of Bærum's Planning and Building Services.