SLA at Oslo Architecture Triennale

SLA is participating in the eighth Oslo Architecture Triennale, investigating how to create more sustainable, diverse, and generous neighborhoods.
The eighth Oslo Architecture Triennale, which has the theme ‘Mission Neighborhood – (Re)forming Communities’, sees the former Munch Museum temporarily transformed into the Oslo Neighborhood Lab investigating how architects, designers, and city stakeholders can help to create more sustainable, diverse and generous neighborhoods.
As a proud partner in the Triennale Guild, SLA contributes with two exhibitions: The first is focusing on our nature-based transformation of Gellerup New Nature Park through the film ‘Parklife’ documenting the ecological and social change taking place in the challenged neighborhood.
The second is a 1:1 installation of our ongoing Public Life Experiments in Oslo with the theme ‘A City that Feels and Functions Like a Forest’ – exploring how nature, city space, public life, and traffic can be re-thought and re-planned to create better cities for all.


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