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Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019
“Enough” declares too much for the few and too little for the many
Please Sit at Fenton House
Nano Nest Competition
- Updated Inspiration
Until the 24th of November, the Nordic region’s biggest architecture festival will explore the architecture of Degrowth, an economy of shared plenty in which human and ecological flourishing matter most. Unmeasured luxury for the few has ravaged the planet, and architecture can play a role in reversing that trend. Installations inlcude a 19th century bank repurposed as a museum; two old power stations transformed into a design policy think tank, and a car garage-cum-gallery, representing ways of being in the city where the life of buildings is an open-ended tale of adjustment and inhabitation. While you’re there, make sure to see the installation “Disruptive Degrowth, a repository of Southern ecosystems” created by Roca authors Tomà Berlanda and Nerea Amorós Elorduy.