The exhibition Nordic Urban Spaces was curated by the Institute of Urban and Regional Planning at the technical university Technische Universität (TU) Berlin. Moreover different Nordic centers for architecture were involved in the planning process. The curator group chose 41 best practice projects from the five Nordic countries corresponding to different themes that had been agreed upon during a workshop with the Embassies: how to incorporate nature into the city and bring the public out into the wilderness; how to provide bright light and radiant colors in the long and dark winter months; how the public – including children, animals and plants – can be involved in the development of their cities; how to open up buildings for public and common use all year round and experiment with alternative forms of living and living together through courageous functional mixes. Various architectural offices were contacted and asked whether they wanted to participate. The feedback was very positive and different materials such as pictures, drawings, films, books and models were sent in to form this unique exhibition. The exhibition architecture was designed by our partners from TU Berlin and built by a local manufacturer. No new furniture was built for the exhibition and almost all the material used was recycled from former exhibitions. The exhibition and the supporting program attracted almost 22.000 visitors to Felleshus, an average of 252 visitors per day. This figure easily matches the numbers from the last Nordic exhibitions in Felleshus.