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20.–21.
september
2017

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Leading urban experts from all over the world, sharing their knowledge and ideas for cities of the future.

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Foredragsholdere 2017

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makedhouse

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Naked House

'Naked' homes - solution to London housing crisis?

Naked House started as a group of young Londoners who decided to develop our own affordable housing model. The idea was born out of desperation as we struggled to find a home that we could afford and that was designed with us in mind. We were frustrated with the “affordable” housing delivered by housebuilders and housing associations. Shared Ownership homes were often uninspiring, badly designed and over-priced.
Naked House boils down to three things:

– Keep it affordable – by stripping it back to the bare essentials we'll keep costs down. As a group we'll benefit from economies of scale and we're not for profit, so no fat fees will disappear to developers. The resale costs will be kept low to ensure the naked houses always remain affordable.

– Do it ourselves– We'll work with architects to get the basic structures right – that includes ensuring high environmental standards. But the rest is up to the people who'll live there. We can choose what to spend money on, when to do it and how much we do ourselves. We hope this bottom up process will create homes better suited to people's needs and able to adapt over time.

–Build a community – We hope the process - of people investing in buildings not to turn a profit but to create their own homes - will create a collective sense of place.

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Andrew Phipps

CURRENT ROLE AT CBRE
Andrew has worked in retail for more than 25 years, his focus being on better understanding the consumer and always relating that back to what retailers should look to deliver.
Andrew is currently the Head of Retail Research and is responsible for overseeing, developing and directing both the research agenda and the consulting proposition.
Leading a team based in the UK as well as local resource in each market Andrew’s focus is on creating and maintaining a centre of excellence that is utilised to ensure that clients across receive an outstanding level of service.

Future Thinking
The changes that are taking place both in terms of societal and technological are creating ripples across all industries. Andrew is focused on uncovering and evaluating the trends that are arising. Quantifying the importance of these trends, when they will mature and how they interrelate is all-important. The occupiers and investors that understand how these trends will change the way people behave are those that will continue to thrive.

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Alistair_Shaw

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Alistair Shaw

London calling. Meet the man behind London’s era-defining BBC Television Centre. CEO Alistair Shaw from Stanhope will deliver a keynote regarding the ultra-ambitious USD775 million overhaul of the centre following the BBC’s sale of the facility in 2012. Only at Oslo Urban Arena.

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bilde_PIlar

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Pilar Velilla

Pilar Velilla was born in Medellín, Columbia in 1952. Velilla worked as a radio and newspaper journalist for many years, and has a long and diversed career that spans from nursing to public relations to organic farming. As the Director of the Museum of Antioquia, she and her team managed to transform the neglected centennial institution to an inclusive, innovative and sustainable institution.

Velilla worked as the Director of the Botanical Garden of Medellín, another entity in financial and social crisis. She undertook its complete renovation, which gave the city a fascinating public space and Colombia a consolidated and sustainable science centre. She is currently working as a Manager of the centre from the City Hall of Medellín, where they aspire to influence the urban space and the hearts of the citizens. In the future, Pilar Velilla plans to devote herself to the promotion of organic farming.

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rosemary_feenan

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Rosemary Feenan

The Making of a New World City
Europe is the incubator for the the future New World City according to Jones Long LaSalle.
“European cities like Oslo exhibit a diverse range of strengths that gives them a competitive advantage on larger cities,” said Rosemary Feenan, head of Global Research Programmes at JLL. “Their smaller scale makes them very agile, and they attract many millennials; a demographic that demands less conventional real estate, with a preference for characterful properties, a strong technology culture and which offer a high quality of life.”

Born and bred in Liverpool, Rosemary understood at an early age that cities have very distinct characters. As a urban planner and market strategist her personal interest in what makes cities work, grew into a career and a passion. She is now an International Director and Head of JLL’s Cities Research Programme which she set up 12 years ago.

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Mona El Hallak

Mona El Hallak Ghaibeh is a Lebanese architect working for the BEIRUT MADINATI team, and heritage preservation activist, a member of APSAD (Asoociation pour le Protection des Sites et Anciennes Demeures) and a founding member of two non-governmental organizations: “IRAB” for the preservation of the musical heritage of the Arab world and “ZAKIRA” for promoting photography and its role in preserving Memory.

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Amalia Zepou

Vice Mayor for Civil Society and Municipality Decentralization in Athens - Amalia Zepou. Zepou will talk about her digital platform - synAthina - that aim to tear down the silos between city government and civil society.

Amalia Zepou was an elected member of the Athens Municipality City Council in May 2014 and since September, she has been the Vice Mayor for Civil Society and Municipality Decentralization. In April 2013, she became advisor to the Athens Mayor Mr Yorgos Kaminis and created the platform “synAthina” which was further developed into an idea that won one of the five Mayors Challenge awards from Bloomberg Philanthropies in September 2014.

Prior to the Municipality she was working as an independent documentary producer since 1998. In 2007, she got involved in several neighborhood projects and was awarded as «Eco-hero» by the Athens Municipality in 2010. She has a B.A. in Social Anthropology from the London School of Economics and an M.A. in Media Studies from the New School for Social Research in New York in 1991.

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Stig Ammitzbøll Jørgensen

Stig was headhunted to Lendager Group to lead their urban metabolism-unit. Lendager Group is in promoting circular economy within cities, buildings and companies of the future. They see waste as our biggest resource.

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AyonaDatta

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Ayona Datta

Ayona DATTA is Reader in Urban Futures in the Department of Geography in King’s College London. Her research interests are in urban citizenship, gendered geographies and the politics of smart urbanism. She is author of ‘The Illegal City: Space, law and gender in a Delhi squatter settlement’ in 2012 and co-editor of ‘Translocal Geographies: Spaces, places, connections’ in 2011 published by Ashgate and ‘Mega-Urbanization in the Global South: Fast Cities and New Urban Utopias’ with Routledge in 2017. Ayona is author of several peer reviewed journals articles, op-eds in Guardian, openDemocracy and ConversationUK as well as producer/director of two films ‘City bypassed’ and ‘City forgotten’. Ayona is editor of two journals – Urban Geography and Dialogues in Human Geography; and shesits on the editorial boards of the journals Antipode; Gender, Place and Culture and Society and Space.

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aspelinramm

Aspelin Ramm

aspelinramm

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God byutvikling krever høy kompetanse! Oslo Urban Arena og Aspelin Ramm ønsker å oppmuntre til kunnskapsutvikling som vil bidra til bedre og mer fremtidsrettet byutvikling i Norge. Nye «mastere» fra alle landets universiteter og høgskoler som utdanner eiendomsutviklere, arkitekter, landskapsarkitekter og planleggere er invitert til å delta. Vinneren får 25 000,- . Kun masteroppgaver som er bedømt til A eller B fra 2016 eller 2017 vil bli vurdert.

Det vil bli lagt vekt på evne til tverrfaglig forståelse, og oppgavens tematikk og resultat må være relevant for praksis og gjennomføring av byutviklingsprosjekter.

Under Oslo Urban Arena i Folketeatersalen 20-21. september vil seks oppgaver få anledning til å presentere seg for publikum, og det blir kåret en vinner: Vinneren skal ha gitt et viktig bidrag til en fremtidsrettet byutvikling i Norge.

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BO_CBRE

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The Future of Retail

We discuss the trends of retail, new technology, and the impact on real estate. Presented by CBRE.

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BO_massivesmall

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How can the property industry develop better projects through co-creation with local community initiatives?

We will be facilitating a lively dialogue around projects and initiatives in Oslo that are breaking the mold in this Area. More details to come. Presented by MassiveSmall.

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BO_Byliv

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Can multifunctional cities save the day?

How to make the Oslo region more sustainable and less car dependent. Presented by BYLIVsenteret, Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research (NIBR) and The Institute of Transport Economics (TØI).

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BO_OsloBR

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Smart Oslo Accelerator

How to make Oslo a smarter, greener and more including City? Presented by Oslo Business Region

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BO_AR

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Master Pitch

The best master students in Norway pitches and competes to win the Aspelin Ramm Prize (no)

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Health Promoting Urban design

A workshop which helps you plan in a health promoting way presented by Co Urban

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BO_SG

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Hotels as attractive third spaces

Global best practices of third space design and how they operate on the city level (eng) presented by Spacegroup

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BO_FB

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Future Housing

Urban, innovative and green (no) presented by FutureBuilt

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BO_AHO

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What can we learn from urban crisis?

In this session we will take a look at innovation, flexibility and urban knowledge transfer (eng) presented by AHO

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breakout

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The Urban Treasure Hunt

Circular economy in Oslo – practical examples and cases (no) presented by ByKuben

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Breakout3

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  • Deltagende sosial byutvikling - er det mulig?
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Eriksen Skajaa

Sosial by- og boligutvikling handler om å utvikle en by og et nabolag med utgangspunkt i de ressursene som allerede finnes der. Det kan handle om å gi folk muligheten til å bli boende i et område under utvikling eller å tilrettelegge for nabolagsbyggere som ikke alltid har de samme økonomiske midlene som større bedrifter. Hvordan står det til med muligheten for deltakelse i by og områdeutvikling i Norge? Vi hører fra folk bak interessante initiativer i inn- og utland og spør lokale beslutningstakere hva de tenker å gjøre for å tilrettelegge for deltakende sosial byutvikling.

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Breakout2

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  • Third Space og temporær kunst
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Kulturbyrået Mesén

Kunsten i våre felles rom kan og bør bidra med mer enn å være dekor eller forskjønnelse. Den kan diskutere og kommentere samfunnet og virkeligheten, være identitetsskapende, aktivisere og skape interaksjon. Når kunsten er nærværende der folk er, og med vår tids deltakende mediekultur, ligger forholdene til rette for et aktivt, progressivt demokratisk samfunn og et levende byrom. I denne breakouten diskuterer vi nøkkelen til å skape relevante, demokratiske og spennende byrom for fremtiden.

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Breakout

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Oslo Havnepromenaden

Two years after completing the masterplan for Oslo Havnepromenaden, White arkitekter is revisiting the plan by designing and curating a new testbed project. The use of testbeds were introduced as a tool for engagement in designing public spaces. Testbeds begin with a proposal, but require critical analysis, discussion, documentation and revision before they become permanent features in our city.
White arkitekter wants to open a new testbed along Havnepromenaden before summer, and we’re looking for design partners! As part of the critical analysis phase, participants in the OUA are invited to help analyze the project both as a public space along the waterfront and as a tool for engagement in Oslo.

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Master Pitch

Aspelin Ramm

aspelinramm

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Master Pitch

  • Aspelin Ramm

God byutvikling krever høy kompetanse! Oslo Urban Arena og Aspelin Ramm ønsker å oppmuntre til kunnskapsutvikling som vil bidra til bedre og mer fremtidsrettet byutvikling i Norge. Nye «mastere» fra alle landets universiteter og høgskoler som utdanner eiendomsutviklere, arkitekter, landskapsarkitekter og planleggere er invitert til å delta. Vinneren får 25 000,- . Kun masteroppgaver som er bedømt til A eller B fra 2015 eller 2016 vil bli vurdert.

Det vil bli lagt vekt på evne til tverrfaglig forståelse, og oppgavens tematikk og resultat må være relevant for praksis og gjennomføring av byutviklingsprosjekter.

Under Oslo Urban Arena i Folketeatersalen 28. september vil tre til fire oppgaver få anledning til å presentere seg for publikum, og det blir kåret en vinner 29. september før lunsj: Vinneren skal ha gitt et viktig bidrag til en fremtidsrettet byutvikling i Norge.

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Nyheter og oppdateringer

Innovasjon Norge lanserer sin nye strategirapport for smarte byer på Oslo Urban Arena!

I Innovasjonstalen 2016 anbefalte adm. direktør Anita Krohn Traaseth i Innovasjon Norge at Norge bør peke ut seks satsingsområder fremover. For første gang anbefales smarte byer som ett av dem. Anita lanserer Innovasjon Norges rykende ferske strategirapport for smarte byer under sitt åpningsforedrag på Oslo Urban Arena. Det er bare å feste setebeltene!

Can multifunctional cities save the day?