Release Party KOTE #16
Launch of the magazine's special edition on neighbourhoods
- Location: The former Edvard Munch Museum, Tøyengata 53
Magasinet +KOTE and Oslo Architecture Triennale
The event starts at 8 PM. Doors open at 7:30 PM, and it will be possible to walk around in the exhibitions at the former Edvard Munch museum until 8 PM.
+KOTE magazine launches its 16th issue of the printed edition, contributing to this year's triennial by examining the neighbourhood from different perspectives. The magazine's contributors discuss how we shape our physical surroundings in a neighbourhood context. What can a neighbourhood be – and become? How can architecture and urban planning contribute in the creating of community? And in what way can the neighbourhood contribute to sustainable development, climate and environment, social conditions and economy?
+KOTE magazine is an independent magazine run by students and recent graduates. +KOTE gives a voice to opinions, discourse, debate, and dissemination of knowledge on our physical surroundings. We want to shed light on our surroundings in a nuanced way with contributors from various fields, professions, and institutions.
Age limit: 20 years.
Solvor Mathiesen Gjerde is Editor. She is pursuing a Master's in Construction and Architecture at the Norwegian University of Environmental and Life Sciences (NMBU).
Cecilie Johannessen is Editor. Cecilie is pursuing a Master's in Landscape Architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design in Oslo (AHO).
Karianne Skrettingland is Graphic Editor and pursuing a Master's degree in design at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO).
Sofie Mo Brakstad is a Graphic Artist and pursuing a Master's in Design at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO).
Sandra Martine Eskeland is an Editorial Member of +KOTE and pursuing a Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO).
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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