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    A012     Storytelling Architecture
    A011     Mycelium Prototype Wall
    A010     Hypha
    A009     Weaving Palace
    A008     Collective Digest
    A007     Ticinum Hangar
    A006     Weiterbauen
    A005     The Immersive Institution
    A004     The Future of Svalbard
    A003     Grosser Garten Stage
    A002     Community Center
    A001     Wooden Pavilion

    F004     Idak wedding
    F003     Nature Celebration
    F002     Handkerchiefs
    F001     Recipe Friends

    R003    Reflecting Symbiotic Commons
    R002    Symbiotic Commons
    R001    Cooking New Materials

R002    Symbiotic Commons
  • Type:     Research and exhibition
  • Year:     2023
  • Site:     Kødbyen, Copenhagen DK
  • Client:   Copenhagen Architecture Festival
  • Collab:   Bodil Eiterstraum


What are the latent possibilities within the local environment? 

Through a collaboration with Copenhagen Architecture Festival, we have explored symbiotic connections within the boundaries of “Kødbyen”. In short, the project acts as a reflection of symbiotic relationships, and the curated event is our reflection on these found relations.

Our ambition was to stimulate a holistic understanding of symbiotic relations and regenerative infrastructures within urban contexts. Ultimately, striving for a social awareness around possible synergies and relationships everywhere around us, connections and resources that are currently untapped. By creating experiences for commons, we seek to strengthen a sense of taking care of each other, cultivate unexpected meetings, and the making of collective plans for the future. 

Kødbyen consists of a multitude of connections and meanings (social, material, etc). Activating more of these possible connections could strengthen the identity and sense of place, creating a heightened awareness of the significance of the area; not only its material qualities but also the immaterial. 

R003    Reflecting Symbiotic Commons
  • Type:     Research and exhibition
  • Year:     2023
  • Site:     Musicon, Roskilde DK
  • Client:   GRASP Festival
  • Collab:   Bodil Eiterstraum


How can we make visible the interconnectedness between local actors in neighborhoods? And could this visualization inspire new, productive relations? 

This installation displays our research findings on neighborhood dynamics within Musicon, Roskilde DK. This method of investigation builds upon our prior exploration conducted in Kødbyen, Copenhagen, as a part of the Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx).

The installation highlights actors and their interconnectedness within the boundaries of the neighborhood. By offering insight into the individuals and activities shaping the neighborhood, the installation strives to cultivate a heightened social awareness regarding the area's intrinsic value.

Furthermore, it aspires to stimulate meaningful discussions concerning the future evolution of Musicon

A008    Collective Digest: Acts of Convivial Metabolism
  • Type:     Thesis Project Proposal
  • Year:     2022
  • Site:     Svendborgrampen 10, 8000 Aarhus DK
  • Client:   -
  • Collab:   Aarhus School of Architecture


Through a transformation of Aarhus Slaughterhouse into a sustainable food facility, Collective Digest serves as a table to promote ecological design conversations with more than human actors, like plants, bacteria, and fungi, on a broader notion of metabolism but also reflects on the architecture that responds to this entangled paradigm. 

The project celebrates metabolic acts by making the hidden visible and by transferring ‘metabolism’ qualities, like growth, decay, nutrient release, and digestion, to the domain of building and construction materials. The program is designed as an ecosystem in a feedback chain of physiological exchanges, willing to provide, through architecture, a dialogic ground to respond to the alienation between people and their food provisions.

The result is an architecture that has an expressive capacity to metabolize, digest, and generate resources while reorganizing processes and systems and imagining new rituals, materials, and spaces to support those needs. Collective Digest celebrates an architecture that is relational, reversible, heterogeneous, and plural, that operates beyond its formal definition, in relation, always, with Others.

A010    Hypha: Structure of (de)growth
  • Type:     Competition
  • Year:     2023
  • Site:     Kunsthal Charlottenborg
  • Client:   CHART Art Fair
  • Collab:   Alette Avsnes


Hypha celebrates the wide network of relationships and co-creation that fungi build in nature and seeks to promote coexistence and embrace diversity. In most fungi, hyphae are the main mode of vegetative growth and are collectively called mycelium, which is the underground structure of mushrooms. They are the true masters at structures, recycling, and communication. By utilizing FungaFarm’s mycelium waste as a valuable resource, Hypha embraces a diverse material palette that combines organic and non-organic materials to challenge traditional uniformity. This approach creates a sustainable aesthetic that celebrates the natural beauty and diversity of materials.

Hypha communicates as a bar by harnessing the potential offered by nature and operating within a circular system that takes into account the needs of the community, ecology, and economy.

By recognizing the interconnectedness of all living beings, Hypha aims to create a narrative about how life processes can inform design possibilities of coexistence.

Hypha [noun]: One of the threads that make up the mycelium of a fungus increases by apical growth.

F004    Idak Wedding
    Type:     Performative dinner
    Year:     2023
    Site:     Knebel, Djursland
    Client:   Ida and Isak
    Collab:   Adam Marcel Nilsen

R001    Cooking New Materials
  • Type:     Research and exhibition
  • Year:     2022
  • Site:     Skive, Denmark DK
  • Client:   -
  • Collab:   Aarhus School of Architecture


Research project on transforming the undervalued resource of seaweed and algae into building materials.

Gaining building materials from the environment has been one of the most natural architectural concepts from the beginning of humanity. Cooking New Materials explores material recipes that aim to present the possible applications of algae in contemporary, environmentally friendly, and affordable architecture. Properly used, algae can be an ultimate sustainable material, which is not only available in many areas of the world but also reproduces itself in the sea.

The project was a transformation of a rural train station in Skive, Denmark, which I developed during my 9th semester at Aarhus School of Architecture. It explored industrial processes for transforming the undervalued resource of seaweed and algae into building materials with a strong local identity and minimal environmental impact. The focus was not only on practicability but also on the aesthetics and nature of the environment-friendly. 

F002    Handkerchiefs
  • Type:     Exhibition
  • Year:     2022
  • Site:     Aarhus Scooter, Klostergade 74 8000 Aarhus DK
  • Client:   iOvermorgen
  • Collab:   Adam Marcel Nilsen


This interactive art installation was a part of iOvermorgen’s exhibition “Why so Wordy?” in Aarhus in April 2022. During the opening day of the exhibition, the installation performed as an exercise for performative food installation took place. It served to hang crispy kale chips and bread that could be dipped in olive oil, wild garlic oil, and beetroot salt. Visitors were welcome to take a piece of leftover fabric to use as their napkins while they interacted with the installation. After use, the napkins were hung on chains in metal hooks. Which in itself ended up as an artifact that illustrated the meal as a hanging ”piece of meat”. 

The food installation was made of only locally sourced products, reused fabrics, and seasonal food. The idea was to illustrate a meal with a low carbon footprint and with only fabric napkins as leftovers that can be washed and used again. 

Materials: Reused fabric, metal chains, metal hooks, organic olive oil, wild garlic oil, beetroot salt, bread, crispy kale chips

100 x 50 cm

A007    Ticinum Hangar
  • Type:     Competition (Finalist)
  • Year:     2021
  • Site:     Italy
  • Client:   TerraViva
  • Collab:   Adam Marcel Nielsen


Ticinum Hangar is a community-driven space where locals and others come together through various activities. The space is supposed to act like an extension of your living room, filled with friends, music, games, movies, food, markets, exhibitions, and a lot more. Social bonds are what make life meaningful, and therefore, we want to create an atmosphere where these bonds become stronger. 

From hangar to ruin to new purpose, we want to emphasize the memory of this building and preserve every epoch as its own readable layer. The architecture works as a scenery for the life that happens inside. It carefully preserves the old building structure by having a new one supporting it from the inside. New roofs, windows, and a selection of colors bring new life to the building that also intrigues nature to keep growing. 

When you arrive, you will walk into the main hall with homely furniture. This is where we hang out, play games, hold meetings, take coffee breaks, and eat dinner together. Above the main hall, you’ll find the workshop rooms. This is where we go into depth, get creative, and become wiser. You’ll find events such as life drawing, yoga, instrument classes, and workspaces. Underneath the building, you’ll find ”the Playground”. This is the green and active space where table tennis, basket, and vegetable gardening are happening.

A006    Weiterbauen
  • Type:     Workshop and built objects
  • Year:     2020
  • Site:     Zehdenick, Germany
  • Client:   -
  • Collab:  Atelier Fanelsa and Patrick Eicke


While space is becoming increasingly expensive in cities, rural regions offer enough space for new design ideas. The many beautiful, undescribed places encourage dialogue with the landscape. Anyone who designs in the countryside is directly faced with the questions of real life: plants, animals, soil, paths, water, and weather; nature calls for clever concepts to consider themselves.

Together with the architecture practice Atelier Fanelsa and the visual artist Patrick Eicke, we developed furniture, landscape sketches, and food together in a workshop in the German countryside. In the participative process and in cooking and eating, we got to know each other and tested sustainable models of living and working in the countryside. During the week, I built furniture out of materials found on-site, cooked food with what we harvested ourselves and had conversations about simplicity in life. 

A005    The Immersive Institution
  • Type:     Project Proposal
  • Year:     2020
  • Site:     Egholm, 9000 Aalborg DK
  • Client:   -
  • Collab:   Tutor Alicia Lazzaroni


Digital interfaces such as the screens of our smartphones, VR goggles, and AR lenses are now the portals through which we access our digital lives. According to the reports of the XR Association, by the year 2025, augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality—will be as utility as mobile devices. This presents an interesting challenge to develop innovative ways through which we can expand our knowledge and relationships in these domains. What is the potential of digital environments, and how can they be designed with material, social, spatial, and sustainable considerations in mind? How does architecture for digital institutions create new forms of organization that respond to future challenges?

This project explores how we can experience and learn from immersive technologies through the means of new formats of experiences. It describes how immersive technologies within architecture can transform the way we experience our surroundings through a learning environment inspired by the typology of a library.

We are drastically overshooting safe planetary boundaries. Therefore I have chosen to focus on the six worst fragile Nordic environments for this project. These environments are reconstructed in a real and virtual space for the visitors of the library to be able to experience them with several senses. In the hope that it will give them an understanding of how important it is to take better care of our planet.