Urban Talks: Snøhetta (NO)
Snøhetta, Norway's most famous studio, designs everything from new banknotes to recycled chairs, to fishing nets or large public buildings in numerous metropoles around the world. The studio has been awarded the World Architecture Award as well as multiple other awards for their famous Oslo Opera House and the Alexandria Library in Egypt. Other projects concerning cultural intitutions the studio has understaken include, for exmaple, the Lillehammer Art Museum or the pavilion of a museum which is part of the National September 11 Memorial in New York.
For Snøhetta, social interaction and the joining of traditional craft with the latest technologies is very important. The studio brings together more than 240 designers from 32 countries who work on projects all around the world. The architect Jenny B. Osuldsen will come to talk about this diversity and consistently evolving collaboration on Wednesday, June 19.
Come and hear the talk 'Urban Talks: Snøhetta' on June 19, 2019 to CAMP (Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning, Vyšehradská 51, Prague 2).