Oslo Architecture Triennale (OAT) is the Nordic region’s biggest architecture festival, and one of the world’s prominent arenas for dissemination and discussion of architectural and urban challenges.
Oslo Architecture Triennale is a non-profit organisation with six constituting member organizations and eight associated members. All members represent important institutions within the field of architecture and urban planning in Norway. Click here to find out more about how OAT is organised.
Constituting members are DOGA, National Museum, National Association of Norwegian Architects, Oslo Association of Architects, Oslo School of Architecture and Design and Oslo Business Region.
Associated members are The Association of Consulting Architects in Norway, The Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects (NLA), Norwegian Organization of Interior Architects and Furniture Designers (NIL), FutureBuilt, NTNU, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Bergen School of Architecture, ROM, The City of Oslo’s Agency for Planning and Building Services
How you can get involved
Through exhibitions, conferences, debates, competitions, publications and events across different formats and media, OAT seeks to challenge the field of architecture, engage the public and inspire local, Nordic and international debates concerning architecture and urbanism.
OAT is a knowledge-driven Triennale, which continuously develops and produces content with relevance that goes beyond the triennale itself.
OAT builds networks, engages and inspires debate among professionals, business communities, decision makers and the public across borders, social layers, sectors and professions.
OAT is held every third autumn in Oslo, over a period of approximately ten weeks. The last triennale was is 2019.
The main target groups of OAT include the citizens and users of the city, decision makers, professionals and international guests.