Life betweeen buildings – and in the streets
A European take on the street and the neighbourhood
Connecting with international neighbourhood street projects
Getting European perspectives on streets
Highlights from the 2022 triennale
Looking back at the eighth edition of Oslo Architecture Triennale
The library and the neighbourhood
See the full seminar from our seminar on libraries and the neighbourhood, hosted by Triennale partners and architectural practices Lundhagem and Rodeo
What's on during the 2022 Triennale?
A sneak peek at this year's actions, events and contributors
Peter Cook: Urban visions and Oslo explorations
The acclaimed British architect and his Norwegian partner reflect on the cluster of happenings we call Oslo
Bringing the old Munch museum to life
The iconic building is turned into a pop-up Neighbourhood Lab, alternative exhibition space and culture house
Coming into community
The National Museum's Architecture department becomes a queer and playful place during the triennale
Neighbourhood conversation in Paris
Oslo Architecture Triennale was invited by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in France to curate a conversation around the topic of neighbourhood.
Oslo in the making
The 2022 Triennale takes a closer look at ongoing developments in it's own city
The Neighbourhood Index is open!
Explore our online exhibition showcasing neighbourhood projects, practices and perspectives
Towards a Nordic Neighbourhood Lab
How can cities take action to support more diverse and sustainable neighbourhood developments?
Short films: Neighbourhood Stories
Five creatives have been invited to bring forward their perspectives on neighbourhood(s)
– I kind of miss the neighbourhood feeling
Eight neighbourhood agents were sent out into the city the summer of 2021
Joining forces with local architects
The Triennale guild members contribute to the programme and to neighbouhood thinking
This year's Triennale spotlights neighbourhood as a place and horizon for rethinking our cities.
The 2022 Triennale theme is launched
Spotlighting neighbourhood as a place and horizon for rethinking our cities.
"We should get empowered by the Triennale, so we can do things differently"
Christian Pagh has been appointed new director of the Oslo Architecture Triennale.