Oslo Architecture Triennale 2022

  • Venue: All over Oslo
  • From: 22 September 2022, 12:00 AM
  • Until: 30 October 2022, 12:00 AM

Formulated as Mission Neighbourhood - (Re)forming Communities, the Triennale has invited architects, urban practitioners, developers, politicians, activists, artists and neighbours to contribute. It takes place in the former Edvard Munch museum and all over Oslo.

The triennial takes place from Thursday 22 September to 30 October through exhibitions, professional events, talks, artistic experiments, city walks and much more. The old Munch Museum on Tøyen is converted into the Oslo Neighborhood Lab and filled with events and exhibitions. Here you can experience neighborhood projects from around Europe, see what's happening in Oslo, get an insight into the competition for the new part of the fjord town Grønlikaia - and see British architect Peter Cook's fantastic drawings.


The Oslo Architecture Triennale seeks to challenge and inspire the field of architecture and planning, addressing urgent societal issues. The Triennale engages both the international community of architects, urban professionals and a local audience. They work through exhibitions, conferences, conversations, open calls, publications and events across different formats and media.

As a knowledge-driven organisation, they develop and produce content beyond the Triennale festival itself: They create networks, events and knowledge dissemination, bridging decision makers and the public across borders, social layers, sectors and professions.


Oslo Architecture Triennale is an ideal association formed by six main member organisations that also constitute the board: Oslo School of Architecture and design (AHO), Design and Architecture Norway (DOGA), Oslo arkitektforening (OAF), The National Association of Norwegian Architects (NAL), the National Museum – Architecture and Oslo Business Region. The triennale program is hosted by the wider community with many partners onboard.

During the triennale, we are hosting: (RE)MADE Circular materials and innovation transforming our neighbourhoods.