After careful consideration, the NVRC Selection Committee has chosen three finalists for this exciting project at Syracuse University: Adjay Associates, SHoP and Snøhetta. The National Veterans Resource Complex will include classroom spaces to accommodate local and national veteran-focused programming, along with a conference center and roughly 1,000-seat auditorium suitable to host community activities, lectures and national convening events and conferences. The facility is also expected to include gallery space exhibiting the University’s storied legacy of serving America’s veterans. Designed as a LEED-certified facility and constructed in accordance with Universal Design practices, the NVRC will be an inclusive facility that welcomes and accommodates veterans and visitors with disabilities.
Craig Dykers will lecture tonight at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. Hosted by the Department of Architecture, the lecture will address design that reflects life. https://www.design.upenn.edu/events/craig-dykers-why-do-we-bother
When: Wednesday Jan 20, 2016, 6:30 PM
Where: Meyerson Hall, Lower Gallery, 210 South 34th Street, Philadelphia
Snøhetta Co-Founder Kjetil T. Thorsen will be joining a debate on Oslo’s new Governmental Quarter this Thursday in Copenhagen. Hosted by the Danish Association of Architects, Snøhetta will meet Jeppe Aagaard Andersen from Jaaa and students Ida Nordstrøm and Hauk Lien from the Oslo School of Architecture.
Where: Arkitekternes Hus, Åbenrå 34, 1224 Copenhagen
When: Thursday 14/1 kl. 19:00
Open for all architects in Copenhagen
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founder Craig Dykers and Managing Director Elaine Molinar will lecture on museum design tomorrow night in San Francisco. Hosted by the American Academy in Rome, the panel will feature artists, curators, an architects in conversation on designing cultural environments.
When: Wednesday, January 6, 6:30 PM
Where: ODC Theater, 3153 17th Street, San Francisco
Free with RSVP here: http://bit.ly/1OKdIgi
The Barack Obama Foundation has announced Snøhetta as one of the seven architecture firms shortlisted for the new Obama Presidential Center in Chicago. This opportunity to work with the First Family, the city of Chicago, and the South Side communities is deeply meaningful to our practice. We look forward to bringing our expertise in cultural, library and public space projects to the design of the Obama Presidential Center, a project with great importance to the local, national and the international community.