RODEO ARCHITECTS

Exhibition: No children allowed

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Exhibition: No children allowed

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"BARN INGEN ADGANG er pedagogisk velfungerende, men den fremstår også – og det er vel så viktig – som en kritisk utstilling.  Gull verdt for både voksne og barn.” Aftenposten


Type: Commission
Client: The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture (DogA)
Program: Exhibition design
Location: Oslo
Status: Opened February 2016

Team:  Anne Gjesdal Bjørndal, Kenneth Dahlgren, Jørn Are Vigestad Berge, Ivar Lyngner
Collaborators: Nouveau

Rodeo architects won a commision to design, curate and build an exhibition regarding themes including childhood, user participation and the planning prosess. The exhibition, called «No children allowed!» or «Barn ingen adgang!» takes place at The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture (DogA). DogA has for many years focused on these topics, and developed the participatory tool "Barnetråkk" which lets children and youth register their routes to and from school and activities, how they use their surroundings, as well as places they like and dislike in their neighbourhoods. Barnetråkk also allows for children to propose improvements in their surroundings.

Doga wanted an exhibition that showcased as well as criticized the planning tools and the work that is being done in cities and small places all over Norway. The exhibition invites children and youth, professionals, planners and the general public learn about participation and the democratic processes that lead to the creation and recreation of our physical surroundings.

Rodeo have designedan exhibition that let the visitors move and play their way through a physical manifestation of the planning prosses.  The exhibiton highligts all the required steps an idea has to go through before it becomes part of an offical document or zoning plan. The exhibition uses a simple language, well known playground elements and childlike aestetics in order to explain the prossess and evoke thought and critical discussions on what it is like to grow up today, the value of user participation and the planning prosess in general.

Our overreaching idea is that the more people understand about how cities are planned, the better they are equipped to take part in the shaping of their surroundings.

The exhibiton occupies the 700 m2 main hall at DogA in Oslo from February 4th until April 3rd 2016, and will then go on to travel around the country.


Photos by Sverre Chr. Jarild

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"BARN INGEN ADGANG er pedagogisk velfungerende, men den fremstår også – og det er vel så viktig – som en kritisk utstilling.  Gull verdt for både voksne og barn.” Aftenposten


Type: Commission
Client: The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture (DogA)
Program: Exhibition design
Location: Oslo
Status: Opened February 2016

Team:  Anne Gjesdal Bjørndal, Kenneth Dahlgren, Jørn Are Vigestad Berge, Ivar Lyngner
Collaborators: Nouveau

Rodeo architects won a commision to design, curate and build an exhibition regarding themes including childhood, user participation and the planning prosess. The exhibition, called «No children allowed!» or «Barn ingen adgang!» takes place at The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture (DogA). DogA has for many years focused on these topics, and developed the participatory tool "Barnetråkk" which lets children and youth register their routes to and from school and activities, how they use their surroundings, as well as places they like and dislike in their neighbourhoods. Barnetråkk also allows for children to propose improvements in their surroundings.

Doga wanted an exhibition that showcased as well as criticized the planning tools and the work that is being done in cities and small places all over Norway. The exhibition invites children and youth, professionals, planners and the general public learn about participation and the democratic processes that lead to the creation and recreation of our physical surroundings.

Rodeo have designedan exhibition that let the visitors move and play their way through a physical manifestation of the planning prosses.  The exhibiton highligts all the required steps an idea has to go through before it becomes part of an offical document or zoning plan. The exhibition uses a simple language, well known playground elements and childlike aestetics in order to explain the prossess and evoke thought and critical discussions on what it is like to grow up today, the value of user participation and the planning prosess in general.

Our overreaching idea is that the more people understand about how cities are planned, the better they are equipped to take part in the shaping of their surroundings.

The exhibiton occupies the 700 m2 main hall at DogA in Oslo from February 4th until April 3rd 2016, and will then go on to travel around the country.


Photos by Sverre Chr. Jarild