Reaching for Utopia—Inclusive Design in Practice is an ensemble of projects that demonstrates how Norway's people-centred approach to design and architecture permeates life, business and society. The projects have been picked from the public sector, across a wide range of disciplines. These include St. Olavs Hospital in Trondheim, the Bergen Light Rail project and Bergen University College. Together, they demonstrate design's capability to distil a greater political ideal into realenvironments that improve daily lives in Norway. An ambitious government action plan to make Norway 'inclusively designed' by 2025 is under way, with examples of accessible design leading the way.
This installation was designed and created by Victoria Høisæther, Linda Falang (Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture) . It was curated by Onny Eikhaug (Programme Leader — Design for All, Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture) , and supported by Royal Norwegian Embassy, London.