The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion is located at Hjerkinn on the outskirts of Dovrefjell National Park, overlooking the mountain Snøhetta. The 90 m2 building is open to the public and serves as an observation pavilion for the Wild Reindeer Foundation educational programmes.
Snøhetta (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈsnøːˌhɛtɑ]) is an international architecture and design firm with offices in Oslo, Innsbruck, New York and San Francisco.
Snøhetta began as a collaborative architectural and landscape workshop, and has remained true to its trans-disciplinary way of thinking since its inception.
Our work strives to enhance our sense of place, identity and relationship to others and the physical spaces we inhabit, whether feral or human-made. Museums, markets, reindeer observatories, landscapes and dollhouses get the same care and attention to purpose.
Located in North Atlantic House (Nordatlantens Brygge), Barr is a casual restaurant focused not only on the Nordics, but also on the broader food and drink traditions found in the region along the North Sea; an area that spans Scandinavia, Germany, Benelux and British Isles.
Snøhetta has completed The 7th Room, a treetop cabin for the Treehotel in northern Sweden. The 7th Room provides views out over Swedish Lapland, featuring charred-timber cladding and a suspended net for observing the Northern Lights. As you near the seventh room from below and look up at the sky, the entire underside of the […]
Located in Larvik, Norway, ZEB Pilot House is a Zero Emission Building designed by Snøhetta Architecture and Design. Description by Snøhetta: Plus House Larvik is a pilot project on a family house out of the ordinary. By optimizing architectural qualities and technological solutions, the house serves both the living and energy needs of a family house, in […]
This hunting lodge with an area of 35 square meters has been designed by Snøhetta Architecture and Design. Description by Snøhetta: The hunting lodge is beautifully situated, alone beside a lake in the untouched mountain areas close to Åkrafjorden in the western part of Norway. It is accessible only by foot or horseback. The integration […]