A Place to Be. Contemporary Norwegian Architecture 2011–2016

 
 

The young dancers of Walk Dance Company occupy the National Museum – Architecture and create their own interpretation of the exhibition “A place to be”.

18.00: Walk Dance Company

18.30: Guided tour in the exhibition “A place to be. Norwegian Contemporary Architecture 2011–2016”

20.00:  Walk Dance Company

A floating rental cabin along the harbourside in Oslo, co-living units with a clear social and sustainable profile, a memorial site at Utøya, some of the largest urban transformation projects in Norwegian history and a visitor centre for prehistoric cave paintings that gently burrows into the landscape in Lascaux, France.

“A Place to Be. Contemporary Norwegian Architecture 2011–2016” presents a selection of 25 projects dating from the past five years. All the projects were designed by Norwegian and international architects in Norway as well as foreign projects designed by Norwegian architects.

Walk Dance Company has their own interpretation of the exhibition.

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