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Veitastrond, Norway – Snøhetta designed nine shelters for Norwegian hikers in Veitastrond, revitalizing the location once home to the historic Tungestølen Tourist Cabin.
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 …
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