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New book from In Transit Studio

New book from In Transit Studio

'The In Transit Studio: Oslo Files' is a compilation and contextualization of the works of students of the In Transit Studio at the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) between 2016 and 2020. 

The In Transit Studio explores the following questions: How do mobility and migration inform the way we shape our cities? How can the design of new ways of living and social infrastructure contribute to diverse, tolerant, and inclusive neighbourhoods? How can we plan for and facilitate social sustainability in our communities?

In Transit Studio is a hub for architecture, landscape architecture, and urbanism students from all over the world who devote their skills and ideas to collaborative knowledge production about displacement, urbanization and space. The Studio is dedicated to exploring the subject of mobility and migration in the age of urbanization, and to propose local, spatial and site-specific solutions to global challenges.

'The In Transit Studio: Oslo Files' is a contribution to the EU-India Platform for Social Sciences and Humanities research project “Displacement, Placemaking and Wellbeing in the City” (DWELL). The book was edited by Håvard Breivik-Khan, Tone Selmer-Olsen, Paul-Antoine Lucas and Bùi Quý Sơn.

Read more about the In Transit Studio on their website, and find the digital PDF of the book.