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Demand for DGNB/BREEM certification of all new constructions in Oslo 


Oslo Municipality requires DGNB certification of all new constructions as well as documentation of sustainability measures from all suppliers to the municipality. In this way, Oslo aims to be the Nordic region's most sustainable capital. At the same time, the Norwegians have the economy to go all-in on the green transition. Number of days: 3 days​

Get in touch with us to watch a presentation and get an offer for a visitor program to Oslo. We can arrange hotel accommodation, flights or ferry tickets. 

Highlights from the program: 


  • Mixed-use wooden construction with business, retail and apartments certified as BREEM Excellent with 40% less energy consumption than ordinary office buildings.

  • Art and culture define the waterfront in Oslo; visit the new Edward Munch Museum, designed by the Spanish office Abalos & Herreros with room for 500,000 visitors a year.

  • Oslo's new main library: Deichmanns Bibliotek, designed by the Oslo architects Lund Hagem arkitekter and Atelier Oslo.

  • New National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, designed by German Kleihues + Schuwerk.

  • From industrial port to recreational urban spaces, i.a. with harbour bathing facilities and green spaces for informal communities, parks with focus on biodiversity.

  • Presentation by the Municipality of Oslo on how to carry through an ambitious climate strategy.

  • Behind the scenes visit to a local architect office, meeting with the developers and wood construction specialist

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