Snøhetta

I have a new job. Yay!

Today I spend my first day at one of the world´s most renowned design practices. Snøhetta has designed many of the coolest buildings in the world the past almost 20 years, starting with the Alexandria Library in Egypt. Later work include the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet and the World Trade center memorial site.

My hopes for my first time at the company is that I get to connect my building information modeling and computation knowledge with my new colleague´s parametric work. My colleagues use Grasshopper at a pretty decent level, and I am really exited at the possibility of making those models talk with Revit through Dynamo. I also hope to learn more about working with transpositioning and our fantastic workshop. We have a god damn HUGE programmable manufacturing robot with eyes and a mustache!

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Check out our website at snohetta.com. There you will find interesting stuff about our projects, people and processes.

Norwegian National Opera and Ballet

Norwegian National Opera and Ballet

King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture

King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture

SFMOMA Expansion

SFMOMA Expansion

Tverrfjellhytta, Norwegian Wild Reindeer Pavilion

Tverrfjellhytta, Norwegian Wild Reindeer Pavilion

5 thoughts on “Snøhetta

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  2. Serhan BAKIR

    Congratulations Håvard! I hope everything works better in your new job 🙂 Projects seem pretty impressive and futuristic, I’m sure you’ll have plenty of chance to make use of your skills and brilliant ideas there!!

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