City walk – Løren 2050
How to avoid spending 30 billion NOK upgrading Løren in 30 years?
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- Location: Meet up at Haugerud church, Haugerudsenteret 47
Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects
Join us on a tour inspired by the Groruddalen initiative, starting at the Haugerud Center and ending up at the Oslo Architecture Triennale headquarter at the former Edvard Munch Museum at Tøyen.
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During the walk, we'll discuss the areas we pass through. How will the materials hold up over time? How to establish a completely new neighbourhood? How to create social sustainability? And what about the third housing sector?
Welcome to Bydel Alna, Groruddalsløftet – What have we done? Introduction by Hallvard Bollestad
Discover Alna district
Bus to Økern – lunch at Økern Center
Ellen Husaas presents an exhibition of student works
Ellen de Vibe: Development of – and the experience with – the planning tools of Oslo
PÅDRIV: What is happening at Økern? How to plan and develop new districts today
Tour of Løren – What can the vegetation do? We walk Lørenveien with plant advisor Tanaquil Enzensberger. How to establish a forest in the city? We look at Kjelsrudparken and Kjelsrudbekken.
The last leg of the tour will be an urban eco-friendly walk from Økern to Tøyen, ending at the Old Munch Museum, where there will be refreshments, a social gathering and the presentation of the Landscape Architecture Prize 2022, from around 5 pm.
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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