• Snøhetta's Michelle Delk lecturing at ARCAM in Amsterdam on April 2nd

    Michelle Delk will share her current thoughts on forming architectures of reciprocal engagement rather than those that simply situate artifacts into landscapes. Rather than distinguishing between architecture and landscape architecture, Snøhetta’s work tends to express unification, an expression of human engagement and interaction rather than objectification of building or place.

    More information about the lecture available here:

  • Living the Nordic Light awarded the Most Beautiful Book of the Year 2015

     Zumtobel Group’s annual report 13/14, Living the Nordic Light, received the Most Beautiful Book of the Year award during the award ceremony for “Årets Vakreste Bøker 2015” yesterday.

    Together with the other prize winners, the book will be exhibited at Grafill R21 until April 29th. The exhibition opens today at noon. For more information on the exhibition, see

  • Vote for the James B. Hunt Library

     The James B. Hunt Library at North Carolina State University is nominated  for an Architizer A+ Popular Choice Award. Follow the link below to vote!

    The public voting period is open until April 3, 2015.

  • Snøhetta shortlisted for Willamette Falls Riverwalk

    Snøhetta and Mayer/Reed are one of three teams shortlisted to lead the landscape design for the Willamette Falls Riverwalk in Oregon City!  Located on a 23 acre former industrial site along the Willamette River, the Riverwalk will create a new public space next to the largest waterfall in the Pacific Northwest

  • Join Snøhetta at the Sacramento CSI 2015 Building Industry Forum 

    Nic Rader of Snøhetta will lecture on the Impacts of Technology on Modern Architecture at the Sacramento CSI 2015 Building Industry Forum.    

    Thursday March 19th, 2015, 6 -8pm

    Scottish Rite Masonic Center

    Sacramento, CA

                                                                                                                      The lecture is free and open to the public.                     Register Here

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