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Spaces of Learning

Spaces of Learning

An exhibition by MA1 Design students with a variety of design proposals to broaden the debate on tomorrows’ Oslo. You are warmly welcome to the exhibition opening Thursday 26 November.

Join on Zoom https://khio-no.zoom.us/j/63608542827?pwd=ZnQ1QU9qRlh2RnJ5bHhYUUovdlBKUT09

The exhibition Spaces of Learning, Facilitating encountering in the post-pandemic city; Case study: Oslo Science City showcases the findings and design interventions by eight MA1 Design students. The works are outcomes of a 10-week study period.

The course has pondered around issues of our future social spaces and things in the developing urban Oslo; how could we foresee and cultivate our collective efforts within the inevitable transformation of education, research, work and everyday life. The variety of design proposals are intended to provide an entry point to a broader debate on the tomorrow’s Oslo.
The exhibition opening is a public live event including student presentations and open discussion, 26 November at 13.00 – 16.00. Welcome to celebrate the students’ achievements and for a lively dialogue.

The project has been led by Professor and Head of Programme Interior Architecture and Furniture Design, Toni Kauppila. It is also part of his PhD studies at School of Arts, Design & Architecture in Aalto University in Helsinki, Finland.