Oslo Architecture Triennale joins the Future Architecture Platform in 2019
The Oslo Architecture Triennale (OAT), with its 2019 edition Common Futures – the architecture of degrowth, is selected among 27 applicants from 17 countries to become a full member of the Future Architecture platform and receive a platform grant in 2019.
Future Architecture is an EU-funded platform of European architecture museums, festivals and producers that aim to bring ideas on
the future of cities and architecture closer to the wider public. It aims to highlight, explore and share the ideas of emerging voices and talents within various disciplines. Its 20 member institutions contribute to presenting emerging creatives' ideas at exhibitions, conferences, lectures and workshops, in books and on the web.
Through an open call in 2019, OAT will invite five to ten emerging creatives from the Future Architecture Platform to participate in the main programme of the Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019.
"OAT, with its extensive international network, brings an important arena for dissemination of new knowledge and promotion of new ideas about how to shape cities and communities for future generations", says Future Architecture on its website. Read more.
Future Architecture Platform basic facts:
Coordinating entity: Museum of Architecture and Design, Ljubljana (SI);
Members: National Museum of XXI Century Arts, Rome (IT), Copenhagen Architecture Festival (DK), Lisbon Architecture Triennale (PT), dpr-barcelona (ES), CANactions, Kiev (UA), Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona (ES), Društvo arhitekata Istre - Società architetti dell'Istria DAI-SAI (HR), Museum of Architecture in Wrocław (PL), Belgrade International Architecture Week (SR), House of Architecture, Graz (AT), Tirana Architecture Week (AL), Museum of Estonian Architecture, Tallinn (EE), Forecast, Berlin (DE), Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon (PT), Design Biotop, Ljubljana (SI), Bureau N, Berlin (DE); associate members: Swiss Architecture Museum, Basel (CH), Kosovo Architecture Festival (RKS), Royal Academy of Arts (UK) and the Oslo Architecture Triennale (NO).