July 14, 2016
by Canadian Architect
Conversations is an ongoing mini-video interview series by the Canadian-based creative studio no hands.
The series features designers, architects, musicians, illustrators and others who similarly experience creation and creativity at the core of their work. No hands brings thoughtful storytelling through video and multidisciplinary design elements to define the people, services and brands the studio works with. The ‘Conversations’ Series aims to shed light on the processes and stories behind a diverse landscape of creators shaping the world around us.
No hands had the opportunity to sit down with Craig Dykers, architect and founding partner at Snøhetta, after his keynote at IDS16. Snøhetta is a renowned international interdisciplinary Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design and Brand Design office based in Oslo, Norway and New York City, with studios in San Francisco, California, Innsbruck, Austria, and Singapore. Snøhetta won a 2015 Canadian Architect Award of Merit for the New Central Library in Calgary, Alberta. Snøhetta also designed the Ryerson University Student Learning Centre alongside Zeidler Partnership Architects in Toronto.
In the following video, no hands explores what has shaped Dykers’ unique perspective on Architecture and Design.