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Rooftop meadow with a path in the middle.
The Greenest Block of Flats (Talli Architecture and Design ja LOCI landscape architects, 2017) is part of the Nordic Sustainable Cities exhibition. picture: Pyry Kantonen

Nordic Sustainable Cities Exhibition in Santiago de Chile

NORDIC SUSTAINABLE CITIES EXHIBITION
CENTRO CULTURAL PALACIO DE LA MONEDA 
PLAZA DE LA CIUDADANÍA 26, SANTIAGO, CHILE
24.3.–24.5.2020
SEMINAR 6.5.2020

Nordic Sustainable Cities digital exhibition showcases Nordic solutions that respond to the challenges that cities across the globe are facing. Funded by Nordic Innovation, the exhibition is conceived for promoting Nordic architecture and city solutions worldwide, in particular at Nordic embassies. 

The exhibition Nordic Sustainable Cities addresses global challenges within the framework of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The exhibition aims to show how the Nordic countries are deeply invested in the UN 2030 Agenda and already have solutions that can contribute to the fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The exhibition is divided into five themes dealing with healthy living environments, resilience, mobility, low-carbon solutions and circular economy. Each theme presents five cases – one from each Nordic country: Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland. The scales of the cases vary from small-scale buildings to urban planning and from material innovations to mobile apps.

An extended version of the exhibition will be held at the prestigious Centro Cultural Palacio de La Moneda in Santiago de Chile. The exhibition will be organized by the Embassies of Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland and the Consulate of Iceland in cooperation with the Centro Cultural Palacio de La Moneda. The extended version will showcase more Finnish architecture, design and urban cases that deal with different aspects of sustainability. 

The exhibition is produced by five Nordic countries for use by their national delegates. The project, led by the Danish Architecture Centre DAC, was funded by Nordic Innovation, and Archinfo Finland was the Finnish partner of the project.

Direct link to the exhibition material on Nordic Innovation’s webpage through this link here.