Challenge / Goal
Oslo is one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe. Hovinbyen has been identified as the capital’s largest urban redevelopment area up to 2030, comprising an area of 11 km², which is almost as large as the whole of Oslo’s existing inner city.
Large scale city developments involve a large number of stakeholders with competing ideas and often poor coordination due to siloed thinking. The challenge here was to provide a systems approach to the development by giving the stakeholders a view of how all their plans can be viewed in unison and how different options would impact the future development of the city.
The delivery in this project enabled the sharing of information between stakeholders, both public and private, and the simulation of how the future developments would impact the mobility, social infrastructure and sustainability - including creation of a digital twin.
Citizens were engaged through workshops, public presentations and media publications.
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