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  • Construction of the Lascaux IV Cave Museum begins

    Today begins the construction of the Lascaux IV Cave Museum in Montignac, France. 


    Make sure you check out the story behind the project by clicking ‘view project’ to the right. 


  • Snøhetta  shortlisted for the design of 10 new acres of parkland in San Francisco's Presidio

    The Presidio Trust, working with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and the National Park Service, has invited five design firms to develop conceptual design and programming for 10 acres of new parkland that will be created in the Presidio atop a dramatic bluff with panoramic Golden Gate views. The design opportunity came about as the result of the demolition of the 75-year-old freeway leading to the Golden Gate Bridge, which is being replaced by the Presidio Parkway, a new at-grade tunnel-covered roadway that will connect the two most expansive public spaces in the Presidio: the historic Main Post and the bay front at Crissy Field.  The project also includes three acres of newly designed parklands adjacent to the Crissy Field Center, including facilities and grounds for youth programs offered by the Trust, Conservancy, and National Park Service.


     http://www.presidio.gov/about/press/Pages/trust-selects-five-firms-for-new-presidio-parkland.aspx

  • Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre wins Small Project of the Year Award

    The Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre in Aberdeen was voted this year’s Small Project of the Year at the 2014 Building Awards in London.   

  • Snøhetta and Avinor receive the Award for Design Excellence 

    The Norwegian Design Council awarded Snøhetta and Avinor with the Award for Design Excellence in the category Visual communication. 

    The jury highlighted that the new identity's successful overall design works well on all platforms and effectively communicates Avinor’s function.

  • Snøhetta lecture at Cooper Union

    Craig Dykers will be lecturing at Cooper Union's  Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture on Thursday, March 27th at 6:30pm.

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