Snøhetta’s Founding Partner Explains His Fascination With Neolithic Blades

Snøhetta’s Founding Partner Explains His Fascination With Neolithic Blades

By Anna Gibertini / Photos by Jamie Chung
In Stone Age tools, architect Craig Dykers sees a bridge from humanity’s ancient past to our high-tech present.

When I think about technologies, I think about ingenuity, creativity, and invention. I try to understand the minds of the humans who made them and the consequences of their creations. These little stone blades that I keep on my desk are forms of technology from 12,000 years ago.  

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