Nordic neighbourhood perspectives
This session during the Architecure Day 2022, National Association of Norwegian Architects' yearly conference, was curated by Oslo Architecture Triennale, and discussed Nordic perspectives on neighbourhood, focusing on neighbourhoods and the role of the City Architect in Nordic cities. In the conversation: Adnan Harambasic (NAL), Anne Mette Boye (City Architect Aarhus), Finn Williams (City Architect Malmö), Borghildur Sturludottir (City of Reykjavík), Christian Pagh (Oslo Architecture Triennale).
The library: The third space and the neighbourhood
The architectural practices Lundhagem and Rodeo, part of the Triennale Guild, hosted a conversation on the libraries' role as a meeting place in the neighbourhood. A multidisciplinary panel discussed the value of identity-creating common spaces for the neighbourhood, centered on the library. The conversation was held at Oslo's former main library at Hammerborg.
The Street as Neighbourhood
In this key note lecture, Danish urbanist, architect and writer Jan Gehl, shares his thoughts on streets as a key element of neighbourhoods, after which the Triennale Director and Chief Curator Christian Pagh joins him for conversation. Language: Danish.
Street Corner Society
Rikke Sjøhelle presenting the summer student project "Street Corner Society" by the developer Aspelin Ramm and the consultant agency Sweco, analyzing the street life of various Oslo neighbourhoods.
The Distributed Collective
Scott Lloyd from the Swiss multidisciplinary practice TEN Studio explains the project "The Distributed Collective", showing how a network of interventions on vacant lots across the city could combine affordable housing with shared spaces like communal kitchens and libraries,
Lilleakerbyen – Another 150 Years
Eili Vigestad Berge from the developer Mustad Eiendom talks about their work at Lilleakerbyen, where a shopping and office area will be transformed to a neighbourhood in the coming years.
Matthew Dalziel talks about his installation "Multispecies Neighbourhoods", that filled the courtyard of the former Edvard Munch Museum during the 2022 Triennale.
Mads Birgens from the architecture practice Cobe explains their project Fingercity (Re)visited, where two transformation project's in the suburbian outskirts of Copenhagen explore notions of neighbourhood.
Maja Kolar from the design collective Oaza presents "Project Ilica", a project centered around the Croatian capital Zagreb's main street Ilica and it's small craft businesses, keeping a tradition alive.
Nordic Neighbourhood Camp
Recap from the Nordic Neighbourhood Camp, held in March 2022 as a warm-up to the Triennale.
The opening days of the 2022 Triennale captured, at the Oslo Neighbourhood Lab/former Edvard Munch Museum.
Partner in the architecure practice StudioVlayStreeruwitz, Lina Streeruwitz, tells the story about their project "Freie Mitte" in Vienna, Austria.
Conference: The Street as Neighbourhood
The mobility conference "The Street as Neighbourhood", including a vision for the future of Oslo, reflections from key mobility actors in the city and a key note lecture from Danish architect Jan Gehl, can be seen in its entirety here. Language: Norwegian.
Conference: Reimagining Urban Governance
The closing conference for the 2022 Oslo Architecture Triennale spotlighted urban governance and leadership, opening for fundamental questions regarding governance models and decision making, seeking to connect them to hands-on cases and practices in Oslo and Norway.
The Courtyard of the Future
Betina Holt Haraldsen from the architecture practice BOGL present their project "The Courtyard of the Future" from the neighbourhood of Østerbrø in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Copenhagen Car Free(dom)
Jaja Architects' Robert Martin presents the office's mobility masterplan for Copenhagen, "Copenhagen Car Free(dom)".
Threads of Life
Martin Arfalk from the architecture practice Mandaworks on their exhibited project "Threads of Life: the Spaces in Between", originating from their work in transforming a former airport area to a neighbourhood in Reykjavik, Iceland.