Thursday 15 October 2020
18:00 - 19:00
Developed from the context
Seminar in German
Since its foundation in 1989 when it won the competition for the new library in Alexandria, Egypt, the Norwegian office Snøhetta has gained international renown. The individual facade of this project also caused a sensation. Since then, technical developments and sustainability requirements have expanded the range of façade designs. Patrick Lüth, Partner and Managing Director of the Snøhetta Studio in Innsbruck, presents individual facade solutions developed from the respective context.
Architect Patrick Lüth has been managing the Snøhetta Studio in Innsbruck since 2011. In 2005, after studying architecture in Innsbruck, he started as an intern in the Oslo office. There he participated in numerous international architectural competitions and some of Snøhetta's most famous design submissions. He expanded the Innsbruck studio into an office with around 25 employees. He is responsible, among other things, for the Swarovski projects "Crystal Worlds Evolution" and Manufacture, an innovative building for production and creative collaboration, for the design study for a new museum quarter in Bolzano, the master plan for a new city quarter in Budapest, the conversion of the site of an old tobacco factory in Verona, and for hotel and tourism projects.
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