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Over the last ten years, it's become clear that workspaces need to employ more user-centric design. But there’s a vital demographic that tends to get overlooked: the client.
Longyearbyen, Norway – You’ll have to make it to Longyearbyen – a town on a Norwegian archipelago between the mainland and North Pole – to visit The Arc, a Snøhetta-designed …
Sydney – The Australian retailer’s eighth store by the Norwegian firm strikes a balance between Bondi Beach and the city’s central business district.
The July/August issue of Frame delves into the effectiveness of hospitality as a branding tool for lifestyle and fashion brands.
Oslo – Snøhetta designed a showroom, flagship store and digital retail channel to create a seamless experience for clients of Oslo-based fashion house Holzweiler.
Oslo – The two biggest hospitals in Norway now have private cabins that give patients and their loved ones a breath of fresh forest air and a chance to decompress from long-stay …
Wattens, Austria – Swarowski asked Snøhetta for the 'crystal atelier of the 21st century.' Is this a sign of a change of attitude in the Austrian company's inner workings?
MUTTRAH, Oman – The Muttrah Fish Market merges past and future to ensure regional context for the Sultanate’s budding tourism industry.
London – Instead of crowd control, Aesop Duke of York Square by Snohetta uses design to captivate and choreograph customers towards a central area.
From Herzog & de Meuron’s new high-rise building to the High Line, we doubt we’ll ever be short of material to write about.
LILLEHAMMER – A museum in a small Norwegian town keeps outgrowing its home. For the second time in its 52-year existence, the Lillehammer Art Museum has been extended to create more …
OSLO – Bespoke for bespoke: Snøhetta takes on a tiny space – and the entire visual identity – for the Faust brand of handcrafted shoes.
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