Oslo Architecture Triennale: “The Library”
26 September 2019–24 November 2019
The National Museum – Architecture
Degrowth and its relevance to architecture
OAT 2019 will respond to an era of climate emergency and social inequality by proposing urban alternatives to the unsustainable and unfair paradigm of growth. The festival will explore the architecture of Degrowth, an economy of shared plenty in which human and ecological flourishing matter most. It is time to call time on too much for the few and too little for the many. Join us as we propose a vision of Enough for all.
The National Museum – Architecture turns into a library
The exhibition “The Library” will explore how libraries can play a central role in breaking free from the growth paradigm. During the eight week programme of the Triennale, The National Museum – Architecture will undergo a complete transformation from a gallery of architecture past and present to a library of architectural futures. The library is organised into four collections: the subjective, the objective, the systemic and the collective. Each of the four collections will be richly populated with drawings, models, materials, artefacts, devices, and ideas exploring the architecture of a Degrowth economy to be critiqued, measured, studied and enjoyed.
Oslo Architecture Triennale
The exhibition is a part of Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019: "Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth". OAT is the Nordic region's main architecture festival and a global arena for tackling architectural and urban challenges. Through exhibitions, conferences, debates, competitions, publications and events across different formats and media, OAT seeks to challenge the field of architecture, engage the public and inspire local, Nordic and international debates concerning architecture and urbanism. Read more here.
edit / atelier, citygroup, Marius Dahl, Jan Christensen, Paulo Moreira, Helen Stratford, Kalle Grude, n'UNDO, James Carey, Ben Bridgens, Bauman Lyons with MassBespoke, ON CITIES, Hamedine Kane, Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro, Gisto, Fragment, The Empire, U67, Skyline, The Family, MANN office, Ruth Baumeister, Ashley Schafer, Library Stack, Hanna Hallin, Vincent Prats, Carlos Ruiz-Alejos, VeloCity, Maegan Icke and Rachel Jones-Jones, Lydia Kallipoliti, John Rhett Russo, Andreas Theodoridis, (ab)Normal in collaboration with Ludwig Engel, Pep Avilés, Laia Celma, Miranda Esposito, Marc Miller, Allard van Hoorn, Yujia Bian, Lateral Office, Leong Leong, Jesse McCormick, Khoi Nguyen, Vestbredden, PLAT Journal, Madeleine Kessler, Mio Ysuyenama, Hans-Christof Schulz, BC Architects, YYYY-MM-DD, Arkitektbyrå Lilla Sthlm, Chris Allen (FCBStudios), Stuart Maclure (Long Live Southbank), SMAQ (Sabine Müller, Andreas Quednau), Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop, EDIT, Bart Decroos and Laura Muyldermans, Henry Lefroy-Brooks, Stiftelsen Ormsundveien Økogrend, Atelier Fanelsa x Löwen.haus, Marianna Janowicz and Agata Konczal, The Club of Rome, Anna Ulak, Nanotourism, antipodes café, Alexander Eriksson Furunes, Lucy Bullivant, Mattias Josefson, Hajir Kheder, Southern ecosystems, Magnar Gilberg, Bjørn Inge Melås, Bjørg Nyordet, Alexander Rullan Rosenlund, Benjamin Wells, Karakusevic Carson Architects, Civil Architecture, Global Free Unit, Orrizontale, Public Works, Studio Tomas Saraceno, Edwina Atlee, Beata Labuhn, Norell/Rodhe, Janette Kim/Urban Works Agency