The Architecture Symposium 2022 is examining the neighbourhood from a systemic perspective
The Architecture Day – the annual symposium of the National Association of Norwegian Architects (NAL) – will this year be dedicated to neighbourhoods. The program includes several pioneers in the shaping of the neighbourhoods of the future.
What is the importance of a good neighbourhood – for the individual, for public health, for the sustainable development of the society – and how do we build them for the future? The 2022 Architecture Day deals with neighbourhoods and architecture from a systemic perspective.
At the conference you will meet, amongst others:
*Christian Pagh, Director and Curator, Oslo Architecture Triennale
*Dorte Mandrup-Poulsen, Founder and Creative Director, Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter
*Kai Reaver, PhD Fellow, Oslo School of Architecture and Design
*Anna Chavepayre, Architect and Owner of Collectif Encore
*Navid Navid, Architect MNAL, Studio NN
*Nico Schouten, Team Leader for Built Environment, Metabolic
*Giles Hutchins, Author and Director of the Future Fit Leadership Academy
*Anne Mette Boye, Chief City Architect, Aarhus
*Finn Willams, City Architect, Malmö
*Hanna Harris, Chief Design Officer, Helsinki
*Ingerid Helsing Almaas, Head of Early Phase Architecture, DOGA
Register and read more about the symposium here.
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Sunday tour of the Oslo Neighbourhood Lab exhibitions
A guided tour with the Triennale curator
Oslo Neighbourhood Lab is open
The former Munch Museum is turned into a pop-up Neighbourhood Lab, an alternative exhibition space and culture house