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E13 - Site visit Bergen

The municipality of Bergen invite you to visit the site 16th of April. This is a great opportunity to get more information about the task at hand and a possibility to ask [...]
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E13 - Site visit Stavanger

The municipality of Stavanger invite the participants of Europan to experience Forus by electric bike! Get a special understanding of the Stavanger region, explore the study [...]
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E13 - Site visit Os

The municipality of Os invite you to explore the Europan site and the town of Osøyro. The program for the day is: 10:00 - Town walk from town hall 12:00 - Lunch at Oseana [...]
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E13 - Site visit Trondheim

The municipality of Trondheim and Trondheim Havn invite you to Nyhavna and Strandveikaia. This is a great opportunity to get more information about the task at hand and a [...]
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E13 - Site visit Ørsta

The municipality of Ørsta invite you to visit the site. This is a great opportunity to get more information about the task at hand in Ørsta and to ask questions directly to [...]
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Article: Margins in the making...

by Espen Røyseland og Øystein Rø, Secretariat of Europan Norway As an idea competition for young design professionals, Europan has for 20 years represented an alternative to [...]
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E9 - Trondheim

Jury remarks: This project has a clear and flexible strategy, a programmatic approach that builds on existing features in the area, adding some simple attractions. The [...]
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Article: Sympathy for the Devil

By Beatriz Ramo, STAR strategies + architecture Chairman of the Norwegian Europan 12 Jury     Please allow me to introduce myself I'm a man of wealth and [...]
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Europan 13 - Themes

The Adaptable City 2 Self-Organization  -  Sharing  -  Process   Europan 13 continues with the generic theme of “The Adaptable City”: adaption to the need [...]
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Dear Europan competitors

Dear Europan competitors Norway is in a time of rapid urbanization that calls for adaptions on many levels: Adapting to densification, to urban culture, smarter use of [...]
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E9 - Oslo

Jury remarks: Cumulus is a solid architectural concept that solves the challenges of the site in a convincing way. It can be successfully implemented even if only a part of the [...]
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E9 - Lillestrøm

Jury remarks: The project illustrates a platform and a sketch for some tools with which to develop the place: While the project discusses the urban context, it holds some [...]
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E9 - Odda

Jury remarks: This project almost presents a new city: a structure of quite small-scale mixed-use blocks and streets which cover most of the site. There is parkland in [...]
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The jury

Ellen van Loon The jury leader Ellen van Loon joined the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in 1998 and became Partner of OMA in 2002. She is currently leading a variety of [...]
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E10 - Oslo

Jury remarks: This proposal argues for a radical new strategy that aims at infiltrating the existing structures by adding a new layer. The project makes reference to the [...]
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E10 - Trondheim

Jury remarks: For the building site at Strandveien 27, the project Proscenium proposed a permeable building with a public passage. A ramp connects the different levels of [...]
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E10 - Vardø

Jury remarks: Repositioning the Remote, the first prize winner for Vardø, demonstrates not only a deep knowledge of the history, geography and assets of the site, but also a [...]
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The jury

Dean Simpson The jury leader Deane Simpson is an architect teaching at Copenhagen’s Royal Danish Academy School of Architecture and at the Bergen School of Architecture [...]
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E11 - Skien-Porsgrunn

Jury remarks: The jury appreciated the simplicity and coherency of this proposal. The presentation communicates an optimal choice for a light rail route and its infrastructural [...]
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E11 - Oslo

Jury remarks: This scheme offers a persuasive proposal for ‘doing more with less’. It suggests an appropriate and resource-efficient approach to the contemporary challenges [...]
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E11 - Haugesund

Jury remarks: The design presents a considered response to the issues addressed in the brief of the competition. It offers a sensitive mediation between the denser urban grid of [...]
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The jury

Beatriz Ramo The jury leader Beatriz Ramo (1979, Zaragoza, ES) is an architect and urban planner from Spain. She lives in Rotterdam where she founded STAR strategies + [...]
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Theme: Adaptable City

From now until 2050 the Oslo region is expected to gain half a million new inhabitants. This dramatic growth puts pressure ont the urban fabric of the region.
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E12 - Asker

Jury remarks: This proposal gains distinction through a fine reading and understanding of the landscape as a driver, that gives identity and defines the area’s atmosphere and [...]
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E12 - Ås

Jury remarks: This entry is an intelligent approach to a complex site. The proposal has managed on the one hand to create a frame for the development and on the other hand it [...]
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E12 - Bærum

Jury remarks: The proposal has an analysing and intellectual approach that is of great interest. It seems that the authors’ understand the regional context that is an [...]
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Why participate?

Europan provides architects, landscape architects and urbanists under the age of 40 a unique possibility to launch new ideas and contribute to the important discussion of the [...]
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Who can enter?

Architects, landscape architects and urbanists under the age of 40. Europan is a competition for students and young professional architects, landscape architects and urbanists [...]
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How to enter the competition

If you want to participate in the competition you have to register at Europan-europe.eu. There you also can find information about all the sites. When you are registering you [...]
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E13 - The jury

The jury of Europan Norway consists of both international and Norwegian experts within the field of urban planning and architecture. Ellen Hellsten Ellen Hellsten (NO) (1972) [...]
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Process

EVOLUTION 3: OBJECT VS. PROJECT (PROCESS) With communication tools and social networks in the rising, our culture grows less object-based; and this phenomena affects architecture [...]
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Sharing

EVOLUTION 2: SEGREGATION VS. SHARING Sharing is an issue in the design and regeneration of an adaptable city: sharing of spaces, expertise, values, imaginary; not just an [...]
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Self-organization

THREE EVOLUTIONS OF THE URBAN/ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTION FOR THE EUROPAN 13 SITES   EVOLUTION 1: WELFARE STATE VS. SELF-ORGANIZATION The essence of the European city is a [...]
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E13 - The Sites

Norway is represented by five sites along the Norwegian coast in the 13th edition of the Europan competition.
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Ørsta

Ørsta Rediscovering the centre Location: Ørsta, Møre og Romsdal, Norway Population: 10,500 Strategic Site: 99 ha Project Site: 13,5 ha Commission after [...]
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Stavanger

Stavanger Post-oil city Location: Forus, Stavanger, Norway Population: 130,000 Strategic Site: 102 ha Project Site: 4,5 ha Commission after competition: [...]
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Os

Os Os x 2 Location: Osøyro, Os, Norway Population: 19,000 Strategic Site: 90 ha Project Site: 4,5 ha Commission after competition: Planning and building [...]
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Bergen

Bergen Sharing in the city Location: Grønneviksøren, Bergen, Norway Population: Bergen: 268,000 City center: 40,000 Strategic Site: 64 ha Project Site: 7,7 [...]
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Trondheim

Trondheim Nyhavna avantgarde Location: Nyhavna, Trondheim, Norway Population: 180,000 Strategic Site: 41,9 ha Project Site: 6 ha Commision after competition: [...]
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