Snøhetta is an internationally operating architecture and design firm consisting of architects, landscape and interior architects, graphic designers, researchers and artists.
Founded in 1989, Snøhetta’s first commission in the same year was a cultural building garnered from an international competition. The reimagining of the great Alexandria Library in Egypt was the office’s seminal work and was followed a decade later by the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, another international competition whose completion also received numerous prestigious international awards.
Since 1989, Snøhetta has established itself as a world famous practice of urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture and brand design. Operating in 7 cities in 6 countries, the practice currently employs over 180 staff members of 30 different nationalities.
Daniel Berlin is born in Copenhagen and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen.
Daniel Berlin completed his architectural education at Southern California Institute of Architecture in 2012. Daniel graduated with distinction and was awarded the Merit award for best Thesis in Architecture.
After practicing in Los Angeles with Ball-Nogues he moved to Oslo to join Snøhetta in 2013. His independent work has been published widely and he frequently lectures around the world.
In Snøhetta Daniel has been working on several award-winning competitions as well as having key roles at design development stages in a variety of large-scale cultural, infrastructural and commercial projects.
Currently he is a project manager for the Banque Libano-Française New Headquarter in Beirut.
Educated in the UK, Robert Greenwood joined Snøhetta in 1993 to play a central role in the detail design and construction of the Alexandra Library in Egypt. Since returning from Egypt in 1995 Robert has been deeply involved in all design projects and competitions at Snøhetta. In 2006 he became a Partner and Design Director responsible for International work.
From 2010 he has been Managing Director for Snøhetta Overseas with overall responsibility for all International projects.
Robert has been active in Architectural Education in Norway, teaching at the schools in Norway, and holding numerous lectures and courses around the world.