Explore the selected projects, perspectives and practices from Oslo Architecture Triennale’s Open Call for submissions contributing to the mission: creating more diverse, generous and sustainable neighbourhoods.
Frizz23 and the five pioneering participatory processes behind it have charted a new approach to community focussed urban development.
Transformative Densification is a design programme with the aim of rethinking densification models within the changing conditions of nowadays society.
The Opportunity Districts are identified as strategic areas of development in Guatemala City that promote investment, innovation and sustainability.
This publication explores informal architecture and urbanism, analysing practical actions in three different continents (Africa, America, Asia).
We develop a participatory methodology utilizing a data-driven digital tool. The aim of is to deliver policy outcomes at the neighborhood scale
This project maps the history and present of the Swedish gemensamhetslokal with the aim to understand its function in a sustainable future.
BLCE showcases methods, models and policies of local ecosystem building, backed by case studies and a 4-year research and knowledge exchange process.
Together we matter; diversity forges the communities that hold our collective power to accelerate change and elevate the quality of our environment.
Participatory Action Research could aid in creating sustainable & thriving communities/cities engaging the most prominent users & observers -Children.
Neighbourhoods as Networks of Care is a body of work investigating the neighbourhood as both a site and a material for creating participatory artworks
Project displays how neighbourhood is socially and physically crucial for post-disaster recovery with an idea of a floating, post-disaster settlement.
Data is the new resource. We proposed to move from large data centres to small, diffuse data centres that feed neighbourhoods with their energy waste
The aim of the project has been to look at the potential for future development of a district of Kristiansand with a focus on social sustainability.
The project explores how TKB´s physical and social structures has been influenced by societal changes during 100 years and discusses lessons learned.
We search and research patient methods to approach the demolition of decaying modern neighborhoods and document them by photos and concrete models.
Living The Future rehabilitates a dismissed urban fragment in Milan introducing social dwelling spaces and new public services for the neighborhood.
Community festival mobilising citizens and fostering urban stewardship through raising awareness for built heritage to decrease social isolation.
Rolling Radio is a tool for Artists and Activists. A biketrailer that fits everything that is needed to hold a talk or performance in public space.
Self-initiated public realm project in Tallinn, functioning as a garden, a playable space and as material laboratory for outdoor use of rammed earth.
'Let the sunshine in' is prospective research proposing 3 scales of actions for a better relationship between housing and the metropolitan city.
It aims to revisit the idea of the neighbourhood not through its administrative boundaries or urban form, but through a multi-scalar approach
A research pamphlet evaluating the under valued success of South London's urban mutualism and establishing alternatives for neighbouring development
The entry conceptualizes the key neighbourhood principle of “sharing” through regulatory structures specific to Western Norway’s land division and use
Bridging the gap between community & public space:Placemaking+Guatemala City´s Opportunity Districts
Three action-oriented practices to produce real outcomes in public space starting with temporary interventions and working toward long-term change.
Cohousing project with owner-occupied and cooperative apartments, artists’ studios and space provision for social associations and commerce
A speculation of a neighborhood where “waste” becomes a property of individuals, and legacy of ‘’waste’’ registered on a collective network.
TAKING PART showcases new creative methods of involving young people from vulnerable social housing in the planning of their own neighbourhoods.
Neighbourhood scale frameworks and demonstrations for energy and resource-efficient, climate positive circular communities in Norway and Europe.
Civil society and the public sector are jointly turning a vacant building complex into affordable spaces for art, education, housing & administration
Parkly is modular and circular outdoor furniture that creates green and happy public places for more friendly neighborhoods and liveable cities.
Proposal for a novel air rights management platform and structural strategy to develop housing with lasting benefits for residents through co-owning.
Designers are doulas responsible for supporting communities through the co-creation of places that center the joy, wellbeing, and dignity of all.
Use of alternative and artistic methods to emphasise and investigate planning, participation, ecology and urban development at the Tromsø waterfront.