SAOTA is an architectural firm headed by Stefan Antoni, Philip Olmesdahl, Greg Truen, Phillippe Fouché and Mark Bullivant who all share a unique vision that is distinguishable in their work.
The firm’s ongoing exhibition in Switzerland, Light, Space, Life offers a view into the present and the future of design and showcases the thinking of an architectural practice that is constantly questioning the sense of and what it means to live today. Take a look at the breakdown of what you can expect to discover at the exhibition below.
The energy that is crucial to human life is also the force that renders form, allowing the observer to perceive colour, texture and space.
The manipulation of space and the definition of the sequence in which it is experienced has always been one of the architect’s primary tools. SAOTA’s architecture blends and shares space, blurring the division between elements; be it internal or external, sometimes extending to the horizon, or to the sky, to create buildings that invite a powerfully emotive response.
SAOTA creates architecture that understands human needs extend beyond just the requirement for shelter. They are stages for entertaining, for sharing, for rest, for families and for contemplation.
SAOTA’s Light Space Life exhibition will run until Friday, 31 May 2019 at Property One offices in Zurich, Switzerland. Entry into the exhibition is free and opening hours are between 8am and 6pm.