In this lecture, part of Virtual Design Festival’s collaboration with CAMP, Snøhetta partner Jenny B. Osuldsen discusses the architecture studio’s core values and projects, including Times Square and the King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture.
Norwegian architecture studio Snøhetta is named after a mountain in one of the hilly country’s national parks, and every year, the entire studio attempts to climb it, gathering in its own-designed Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion.
“We’re really team-based, and it’s important for us to work interdisciplinary,” Osuldsen said.
“We’re about 50-50 men and women and from maybe 30 different nationalities, coming together under this holy mountain: we really love to work to make architecture.”
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