From June 30 through October 7, visitors can explore the exhibition “Snøhetta: Relations” at aut. architektur und tirol in Innsbruck, Austria. This solo exhibition is a unique opportunity to delve into the details of Snøhetta’s work, as seen through the projects’ respective contexts, whether natural, historical or socio-political.
Given Snøhetta’s role as an integrated architecture and landscape architecture practice, the relationship between architecture and landscape represents a central theme of the exhibition.
As one of highlights of the exhibition, visitors can see several never-before exhibited objects resulting from exciting artist collaborations.
As part of the exhibition program, there will be several lectures given by Snøhetta architects and Founding Partner, Kjetil Trædal Thorsen.
The exhibition plays with the relations between people and Snøhetta’s work, examining the interdisciplinary nature of the practice.
A custom-built wooden landscape shapes the visitors path as they move through the exhibition.
Visitors can explore the simultaneously static and dynamic relationship between landscape and architecture, and how architecture is placed within the landscape.