Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019 opens in a couple of days. This year’s theme “Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth” responds to an era of climate emergency and social inequality by proposing alternatives to the unsustainable paradigm of growth. The festival explores the architecture of Degrowth, an economy of shared plenty in which human and ecological flourishing matter most.
The 2019 Chief Curators are Interrobang, a trans-disciplinary architecture and engineering practice based in London. The team consists of British architect and writer Maria Smith; Canadian architect and educator Matthew Dalziel; British critic Phineas Harper; and Norwegian urban researcher and artist Cecilie Sachs Olsen. Photo: Istvan Virag
Society under Construction (State 2) by Rimini Protokoll (Kaegi)
Photo: :copyright:Benno Tobler
e-flux Architecture essay series: Overgrowth