Urban development in Norway
The development of cities and urban culture in Norway is similar in many ways to other parts of the world – a complicated and complex process with deep historical roots.
About urban development in Norway
For 2019, Oslo has been chosen as the European Green Capital. The title was awarded byThe European Commission and is a result of the city’s urban development focus in recent years, but it also reflects Oslo’s ambitions for the future.
Project: Oslo – European Green Capital 2019
Amidst an ever-increasing momentum towards sustainability, democracy in our cities is changing.
Project: Pådriv and Folketråkk
Stokkøya and Træna are two of Norway’s smallest municipalities. They are both at the forefront of reinventing how local districts with a low population innovate new sustainable businesses and concepts.
Project: Træna and Stokkøya
Vindmøllebakken in Stavanger is a commercial residential development rooted in principles of Gaining by Sharing, a model for socially sustainable community living.
New technology is changing cities and societies all over the world, and Norway is no exception – quite the opposite. One of the most interesting projects taking place within the smart city field is in the municipality of Ålesund.