Craig Dykers is cofounder of the architecture and design firm Snøhetta which has offices in Oslo, Norway and New York. Dykers has participated in many projects, including the Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Egypt and the National September 11 Memorial Museum and Pavillion at the site of the World Trade Center. He is a member of the Norwegian Architecture Association (NAL), the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and Fellow at the Royal Society of Arts in England. Additionally, he has served as Distinguished Professor at City College in New York and as Diploma Adjudicator at the Architectural College in Oslo. He has offered lectures in various countries throughout Europe, Asia, and America. Dykers obtained his BS in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin.
Last update: 26/09/2008