Spaces of Learning. Facilitating Encountering in the Post-Pandemic City Case Study: Oslo Science City

Antti Ahlava, Toni Kauppila*, Sindre Buraas, Nina Havermans, Hallbjørn Kjellson, Finn Jensen, Sana Khan, Jens Bøyesen, Anna Øren, Øystein Grønning, Anna van der Lei , Christina Norton, Steve McAdam, John Thackara, Roope Mokka, Paul Bennett

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Abstract

The book ponderes around issues of our future social spaces and things in the developing urban Oslo, especially in Oslo Science City. It discusses how one could foresee and cultivate collective efforts within the transformations of education, research, work and everyday life. The variety of design proposals displayed in the book are intended to provide an entry point to a broader debate on tomorrow’s Oslo. The project has been led by Professor and Head of Programme Interior Architecture and Furniture Design, Toni Kauppila and accomplished with international experts and eight MA1 Design students from Interior Architecture & Furniture Design MA programme at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Norway.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOslo
Number of pages139
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2020
MoE publication typeD5 Text book, professional manual or guide or a dictionary

Keywords

  • urban intervention
  • social space
  • social things
  • otherness
  • urban
  • public space
  • innovation district

Field of art

  • Architecture
  • Design
  • Contemporary art
  • Composition

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