The Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway and the Norwegian Design Council have merged into The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture. The centre promotes the understanding, knowledge and use of design and architecture from a commercial and social perspective. The organisation will promote quality and innovation using design and architecture to develop surroundings, products and services. We are located in the centre of Oslo and host exhibitions, conferences and other events that promote good use of design and architecture.

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New SFMOMA designed by Snøhetta

The new San Fransisco Museum of Modern Art opens to the public. The ten story expansion integrated with the original building is designed by the architecture firm Snøhetta.

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Relive Innovation for all 2016

Did you miss the event or want to watch some of it again? Here you can see all the plenary sessions from Innovation for all 2016.

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Meet the young pioneers of Norwegian design and architecture

DOGA honours young, innovative designers and architects who are pushing limits and challenging their own field of expertise. Here are this years' finalists in DOGA's Young Talents Award.

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Norwegian Crafts and Design in Milan

Norway is strongly represented at this year's furniture fair in Milan. One of the contributions is the exhibition Structure where 26 of Norway’s brightest stars of design and craft present an array of products, projects and prototypes.

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New York Design Week: A Few Good Things

13th-16th of May the exhibition A Few Good Things: New Designs from Norway will be held during New York Design Week.

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Norway’s biggest design initiative yet

“Norwegian design is experiencing a golden age,” says Trude Gomnæs Ugelstad, who is the newly appointed executive director at the Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture (DOGA). Milan Design Week, which opened April 12th, exhibits the biggest Norwegian design initiative yet.

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