Posts Tagged ‘Snohetta’

Aesop store by Snøhetta, London – UK

November 13th, 2017

An existing central column serves as a focal point, and anchors twelve silhouette-like arches that curve up and across to the store’s perimeter. These sweeping structures create zones of intimacy around a large circular demonstration sink that seemingly levitates in space.

Houdini Retail Hub by Snøhetta, Oslo – Norway

August 18th, 2017


The design of the Houdini hub in Oslo takes its inspiration from nature – an approach that lies in the DNA of all what Houdini offers and strives to be.

Aesop ION store by Snøhetta, Singapore

May 18th, 2016

Inspired by the site’s history, Snøhetta, the firm behind the recent SFMOMA extension, used a collection of materials, colours and forms to create what they call an “upside-down forest”. A dark sisal carpet references the orchard floor, while thin timber battens hanging from the ceiling suggest a series of tree trunks.

Aesop Flagship Store by Snøhetta, Berlin – Germany

July 26th, 2015



Aesop opens its second door in the German capital.

Aesop store by Snøhetta, Oslo – Norway

December 18th, 2014

The interior has been reshaped most dramatically where there was most freedom to do so – on the ceiling plane. Here, a traditional form reminiscent of Orthodox churches and monasteries has been contemporized in ten imposing, intersecting domes, finished with matte gypsum plaster to accentuate their varying proportions.

YME store by Snøhetta, Oslo – Norway

October 1st, 2014

Although hailed as scenic, well-planned and prosperous, Oslo has so far failed to impress those in search of a happening lifestyle infrastructure. The city has long been overshadowed by the more dynamic scenes of other nordic capitals where a design legacy and more established creative industries have garnered global attention.

Installation at Marmomacc exhibition by Snøhetta

September 26th, 2014

A pavilion was displayed during Marmomacc, the leading fair for operators in the stone industry. The installation explores the antipodes of the lithosphere, and shows the versatile and multipurpose identity of the genetic code of stone.