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.
Intro: 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.