October 20, 2014, 5: 47pm
Snøhetta practices a self-defined trans-disciplinary process in which different professionals - from architects to visual artists,
philosophers to sociologists - exchange roles in order to explore differing perspectives without the prejudice of convention. Michelle will be talking about Snøhetta's collaborative and integrated practice.
More information available here
Sunday, October 19th, 5:30-6:30pm
Moderated by Lance Brown, AIA NY 2014 President, this panel will look at the design and impact of public places. The diverse panel includes: Yolande Daniels, partner at studioSUMO; Claire Fellman, ASLA, Director/ Landscape Architect at Snøhetta; Hana Kassem, AIA, director at KPF; and Kevin Kennon, AIA, founder of Kevin Kennon Architects.
More information about the Architecture+Design Film Festival available here: http://adfilmfest.com
We are proud of receiving the Oslo Innovation Award 2014.
Oslo Innovation Award is a collaboration between Oslo Council, Akershus County Municipality and Innovation Norway, Oslo, Akershus and Østfold
The Jury stated: " This years winner have a forward-looking and broader understanding of innovation and growth than the traditional and primarily the finacial. The company contributes in creating financial values in a way that simultaneously creates values and have a spreading effect for the society."
The award is a beautiful sculpture by the artist Inger Sannes.
Cathedrals of Culture, Director Margareth Olin's 3D film about the Oslo Opera House will have its US Premiere this evening a the Architecture + Design Film Festival in New York. Snøhetta's Simon Ewings will join MOMA curator, Juliet Kinchin, for a Q&A session after the film screening.
More information available on the Film Festival's website: http://adfilmfest.com/
We have been selected, together with JPE Design Studio, as a principal consultant of the design of UniSA`s $38.5 m Great hall project in Hindley Street in Adelaide Australia.
The team includes Snøhetta, JPE Design Studio and JamFactory
The Great Hall has been conceived to transform on-campus life for students and include sports facilities. swimming pool, graduation and examination facilities, corporate, cultural and function facilities and a landscape plaza. The construction will also feature public art incorporated into the design.