The City is for All!
How can we create more inclusive cities, with room for all?
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- Location: Nasjonalmuseet – Auditoriet
The National Museum – Architecture
Welcome to a seminar on inclusive architecture and urban planning in the auditorium of the new National Museum!
How can we create more inclusive cities, with room for all? This question is the basis of this seminar, organised as a collaboration between the National Museum and Oslo Architecture Triennale, with contributions from Norwegian norske and Swedish architects.
You will hear about how skateparks can become more inclusive and attractive for girls, and about the method of "D-I-G" (doing in group), developed by art and architecture collective MYCKET.
Order a ticket to attend physically and reserve your seat in the auditorium. The seminar will also be streamed live.
The seminar is a part of the programme around the exhibition Coming into Community, The National Museum's contribution to this year's architecture triennale. The exhibition is in National Museum – Architecture at Bankplassen 3.
• Katarina Bonnevier, MYCKET
• Fredrik Angner, landscape architect White Arkitekter
• Jenny Grettve, architect and co-direktor Dark Matter Labs
• Mads Pålsrud, architect and co-founder GrowLab
The presentations will be in Norwegian and Swedish.
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