The Value of Design
A new study shows that every other business executive in Norway recognises a clear connection between design efforts and profitability within their organisation.
Is design profitable for Norwegian companies?
Design methodology contributes to innovation, restructuring and new business models, which in turn can offer a competitive advantage to those who use it.
Is design methodology relevant for boards of directors and senior executives?
What do we know really about the socioeconomic consequence of urban concentration? Far too little, according to a recent Norwegian report.
Knowledge of urban concentration lacking
Eriksen Skajaa Architects was commissioned by DOGA to collect around 50 examples of measures that have breathed new life into vacant buildings and spaces. Here you can download the report (Norwegian only).
The Sparkling Spaces knowledge report
The Barn i by (Children in the City) project, which entailed the implementation of the Barnetråkk (Kids Tracks) approach in existing routines and working methods, has come to an end. The project showed that participation is difficult to achieve in practice and that municipalities need to allocate more time and resources to accomplishing this.