Collaboration in the Design Process (1)
Zeit & Ort / Time & Place
For our first Architects‘ Know-How Session for 2021, we are very pleased to welcome Jette Cathrin Hopp from the world renowned architectural firm Snøhetta as our guest architect. Jette will share with us an insight into the collaborative process which is one of the major pillars of Snøhetta’s philosophy. Through initial client, user and internal workshops, Snøhetta is able to drive the design process which often produces the most exciting, useful and fresh takes on a problem, giving way to a build project that can respond in kind.
With such collaborative processes at the heart of their processes, Snøhetta and its design leaders are adept at negotiating multi-headed client bodies and bringing together a wide range of stakeholders to a common concensus.
Join us and be part of the discussion on collaborative processes in the design and construction phases of your work. We look forward to your questions and input.
16:45 "Doors open" + Networking
17:05 Architect’s keynote
17:25 Discussion with Jette Cathrin Hopp, Snhøhetta and Stefan Hoske, AXOR hansgrohe and Miguel Krippahl, GRAPHISOFT
17:35 Interactive discussion between all participants
18:05 Short summary and conclusion
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About the speakers:
Jette Cathrin Hopp, Director
Growing up multilingual with Norwegian, German and Danish, Jette Cathrin Hopp is a graduate architect and the director with responsibility for acquisition and new projects. Jette is part of the executive management of Snøhetta.
She has extensive experience in complex both Norwegian and international projects, leading major international project developments and competitions. She regularly lectures at architectural symposia, conferences and international institutions, sharing Snøhetta ́s philosophy and design ideas and she is also a jury member for several architecture competitions and prizes. Jette is also regularly invited as critic to international architecture universities. She is holding a teaching position at the University of Technology and Design, Wismar, Germany.
Examples of her experience are her role as team leader for the museum in the King Abdul Aziz Center for Knowledge and Culture, Dharhan in Saudi Arabia and as project leader for a large hotel and resort development of Hvar in Croatia. She has led major international developments with focus on sustainability as Astana Expo 2017 "Future Energy", Kazakhstan and Lingkong Soho Shanghai, China, the “Elbtower” in Hamburg; in Norway innovative environmental projects in Norway as Powerhouse One in Trondheim and Powerhouse Kjørbo concept phase in Sandvika which is the world first rehabilitated energy-positive building.
Stefan Hoske, Senior Consultant Architecture and Design
Master of Interior Architecture at University of Applied Science - Detmold
Technical draftsman for architects at AX5 architects - Kiel
• Head of planning department Wilkhahn -Bad Münder
• Key Account Manager for architects at the EXPO2000 at Büroconcept - Hannover
• Area Manager 0 - 4 Germany for BULO - Belgium
• Export Manager North Europe for Wilkhahn
• General Manager for Poltrona Frau Germany GmbH - München
• Export Manager for Walter Knoll with special expertise in Australia
• Regional Manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland for GUBI - Denmark
• Key Account Manager for architecture and design for AXOR / Hansgrohe
Miguel Krippahl, Key Account Director
Master of Architecture at the Lisbon Technical University, 1988.
Working at GRAPHISOFT since 2012, first as GRAPHISOFT BRAZIL Managing Director (2012-2017), later in Budapest as Business Segment Manager and Director of Global Market Development (2018-2020), as well as Nemetschek’s Integrated Design Project Lead.
Since 2020 responsible for managing and developing multi-disciplinary companies through GRAPHISOFT´s Integrated Design Solution for the EMEA market, located in München.
Between 2000 and 2012 had his own architectural design office, as well as a teaching position at the Catholic Portuguese University, both in Portugal.