Originally Posted by Galro
Well, they are mostly to showcase it to the world really. It's easier for foreign people who otherwise wouldn't have known about the project, to see the most exiting projects in the international forum. Then they don't have to look through lots of un-exiting projects in the local forums in case there may be something of interest. We are not the only one who use it that way.
My question is more about whether or not Sørenga is a interesting project.
Sørenga is very interesting IMO, even though it's a more conventional project than Tjuvholmen.
I still think that having international forums represents an unnecessary redundancy. If I want to read about New York projects, why would I care if the forum was "local" or "international"?