MUTOPIA at the Norwegian Architecture Day

Kristina Adsersen to deliver a lecture on MUTOPIA’s engagement in providing architectural solutions which unite sustainable urban development with the stakeholders’ set of values at the Norwegian Architecture Day, a conference aiming at uncovering how new processes for participation, exchange and communication contribute to a sustainable architecture and society.

Kristina Adsersen will take part in a discussion panel on the potential of communication for stimulating an architecture which supports multiplicity in response to the increasing number of stakeholders, increased projects’ complexity and new development processes, together with Jeffrey Inaba and Craig Dykers.

The Architecture Day will open the Architecture Festival at Vulkan in Oslo the 23rd of September as a part of the Year of Architecture, a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Association of Norwegian Architects, focused on changes in society and how these alter the role of architecture.

The Year of Architecture is Norway’s biggest architectural event yet, and is organized by the National Association of Norwegian Architects. Contributors include the association’s professional communities, its member associations, architect firms, public and cultural institutions and business.

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