Its stunning iceberg of an opera house in Oslo made critics melt, but there’s more to the firm Snøhetta, which has been around since 1989.

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Its stunning iceberg of an opera house in Oslo made critics melt, but there’s more to the firm Snøhetta, which has been around since 1989. Its diverse portfolio includes a neurobiology institute in Marseilles, France; a master plan for the University of Gambia in West Africa; and a giant tension-membrane structure, the “tubaloon,” that was a venue for the 2006 Kongsberg Jazz Festival. Now the exhibition “SNØHETTA: architecture-landscapes-interiors,” at Scandinavia House on Park Avenue in New York, presents 11 of the firm’s major projects via films, photographs, computer visualizations, drawings, and models. Feb. 4 through April 3.
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