After almost two months, the Oslo Architecture Trienniale is now entering its closing week.
If you still haven’t visited our main exhibition The Library, the multimedia installation Factory of the Future, or taken part in the audio walk Place Listening, this is your last chance! In addition, we have six individual events ranging from a panel discussion, a seminar, workshops, curator’s tours of The Library and a public evaluation meeting.
We hope to see you there!
The Library 26 September–24 November The National Museum – Architecture, Bankplassen 3, Oslo
Is there an alternative to today's urban development? The exhibition The Library explores a world where quality of life and the environment are placed ahead of economic growth.
What if the focus of urban living was not productivity but play? The audio walk Place Listening explores how playful urban listening can expand the relationships between people and the places they inhabit.
Audio walks in the closing weekend:
23 November, 11:00–12:30 and 15:00–16:30
24 November, 11:00–12:30 and 15:00–16:30
Factory of the Future 26 September–24 November
DOGA, Hausmannsgate 16, Oslo
Can you imagine what it is like to live in the neighbourhoods of Grønland and Bjørvika in the post-oil era? In Factory of the Future, we look at how design and architecture can contribute to creating a sustainable future through performance and "future scenario thinking".
City on the Move #3: Marienlyst* 19 November, 18:00 ROM, Maridalsveien 3, Oslo
The third lecture in the City On the Move series deals with NRK's premises at Marienlyst. Now that the prospectus is out, and potential buyers have already announced their interest, we ask what will happen to the building's future after NRK has left the site.
Reuse – but how?* 20 November, 08:00–10:30 Veterinærhøgskolen Campus Adamstuen, Ullevålsveien 72, Oslo
What if we stopped new building developments and focused on transformation and re-use of building structures and construction elements instead? This breakfast seminar organised by Statsbygg explores multidisciplinary strategies to solve the challenges on our way towards a circular economy future.
Action Workshop: Creating Protest 20 November 17:00–21:00 Intercultural Museum, Tøyenbekken 5, Oslo
Demonstrations, protests and marches are different ways of expressing ourselves in public spaces - often with a goal of gaining visibility and promoting a message or a cause. Together with the Colombian artist Reyes Santiago Rojas Growlab Oslo invites to a workshop where cardboard boxes and containers will be used to create collages and signs.
OAT 2019 Evaluation Meeting 22 November, 08.30 – 10.00
The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Maridalsveien 29, Oslo
The Oslo Architecture Trienniale 2019 is coming to an end. We have spent the eight weeks of the festival challenging and discussing how architecture and urban development can respond to the ongoing climate crisis. But what have we really learned and how can we take this further? With this breakfast meeting, we want to gather members, partners and the general audience to reflect on the festival and to discuss where to go from here.
Reusing water 22 November, 09:00 – 15:00 ByKuben, Myntgata 2, Oslo
A photo workshop organised by ByKuben – Centre for urban ecological innovation, providing inspiration and knowledge to create good stories about the cycle of water and reuse of water.
Circular Oslo 22 – 29 November ByKuben, Myntgata 2, Oslo
Circular Oslo is a photo exhibition where the citizens of Oslo have been challenged to show their ideas and stories on the topic of circular use of resources through photography. The exhibition open on 22 November 17:00 and is organised by ByKuben as part of Oslo municipality’s project Reuse Week.
Recycling day in the museum November 30,12.00–17.00 noon - 5 pm The National Museum - Architecture, Bankplassen 3, Oslo
Welcome to a recycling day in The Library! When the exhibition is taken down, there will be building materials and objects left over that will need new usage. Come to the museum and get everything from building materials to plants for free!