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Call for Entries: Re-Design Sites of Norway’s 2011 Terror Attacks | ArchDaily

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The traumatizing terror attacks of July 22, 2011 in Norway – including the bombing in Oslo and the massacre on Utøya Island – resulted in 158 persons injured and 77 dead. Those behind the re-design of Utøya Island decided (somewhat controversially) that the island should, in order to “reduce the impact of the massacre,” remain a vibrant summer camp rather than become a memorial.

great followup article in greater detail on the options to reclaim living sites and buildings from tragic circumstances:

Wow. Powerful. Thank you for sharing.

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