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Weekly: Oslo Architecture Triennale focuses on Nordic neighbourhoods

The Finnish-Norwegian Cultural Institute has joined forces with Weekly to shine light on Norwegian discussions on architecture and urban development.

Oslo Architecture Triennale is an international architecture festival and arena for development and dissemination of architecture and urban development. The Triennale’s aim is to establish a Nordic Neighborhood Network across the Nordic cities. This will be the first step to addressing what the Triennale theme calls a “lack of focus on the quality of neighbourhoods” in recent urban development projects throughout the Nordic region.

To invite Finnish and international audiences to join the dialogue, Weekly has published an article by architect and researcher Kai Reaver documenting the kickoff of this year’s Triennale.

Weekly is a publication of Helsinki Design Week — the largest design festival in the Nordic countries. It presents new people and phenomena within design in cooperation with various partners.

Read the article on Weekly.

The article is the first part of Weekly’s new series continuing the Design and Architecture discussions that begins at international festivals. The series is initiated in co-operation with the Finnish-Norwegian Cultural Institute.

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