SWECO / JAJA / Lala Tøyen /
A cross disciplinary team consisting of Sweco, Jaja Architects and Lala Tøyen have collaborated with Oslo Architecture Triennale on a new future mobility vision for Oslo
JAJA Architects, Lala Tøyen and Sweco are along with the Triennale itself a part of the exhibition Mission Neighbourhood – (Re)forming communities with the project The Street as Neighbourhood.
The message in the project The Street as Neighbourhood is clear: We need to be more ambitious about the city’s most important urban space – the street! A cross-disciplinary team consisting of JAJA Architects, Lala Tøyen, Sweco and Oslo Architecture Triennale has, in collaboration with several other actors, launched a new vision for Oslo’s mobility and urban life. In the core of the project lies a shared wish for an urban planning making us all independent of car ownership, developing a city where walking, biking og travelling by public transport is easy.
JAJA is a Danish architecture and planning studio that works both practically and theoretically with projects that contribute to the creation of a better future. We specialize in mobility, transformation, and biomaterials because we believe that it is within these strategic areas that we, as architects and planners, can create buildings and cities that make a difference.
Lala is an Oslo-based office working within the field of architecture and landscape architecture. Lala has a humanistic approach towards architecture and society, where people’s experiences and social life is at the center. The office utilizes user participation as an active design tool which often leads to projects that are both beautiful and fun. Lala works across all scales from strategic planning to built projects – with both buildings and landscape.
Together with clients and the collective and diverse knowledge of 18,500 architects, engineers, and other specialists, Sweco creates solutions that address urbanization, capture the power of digitalization, and make societies and neighbourhoods more sustainable.
JAJA: Jakob Steen Christensen, Robert Martin, Magnus Høst
Lala: Iwan Thomson, Pernille Heilmann Lien, Sveinung Gjessing
Sweco: Johannes Goa Ludvigsen, Gard Ruben Sandberg
Oslo Kommune, Bymiljøetaten, BaneNor, Statens Vegvesen and Ruter
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