Exhibition: Longyearbyen as a place and Svalbard as a fluid territory

Exhibition: Longyearbyen as a place and Svalbard as a fluid territory

Top image: Student at Hotellneset, Longyearbyen.

5 February 2016

 

Scientists from Oslo School of Architecture and Design and Tromsø Academy of Landscape and Territorial Studies have, together with architecture and landscape architecture students, studied Longyearbyen as a place and Svalbard as a territory.

The work has resulted in an exhibition of student projects showing suggested development of Longyearbyen and studies of the different landscape types of Svalbard.

The exhibition opens at UNIS on Monday 8 February at 15:00 with a presentation in Lassegrotta. Welcome!

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