Architect, built heritage conservation Architect and consultant, independent researcher into sustainable innovation, archaeology, the built environment and sustainable innovation
M. Architecture Washington University
PhD Architecture-Archaeology Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Charrette Planner certification
LEED AP certification
sustainable innovation, material culture studies, built heritage conservation, built environment research, low-energy and sustainable architecture, Ancient Architecture, Landscape Archaeology, Archaeological theory, performative landscape design, Food Energy Water Waste Nexus, Quadruple Helices research
Goal: To conbribute to the advancement and international discussion of both theory and method for enquiry into pre-historic architecture, the agency of craftspeople making cultural heritage, its relationships to landscape, and also to contribute to the discipline of material culture studies through this research and discussion.
Goal: Seeking ways, knowledge, knowledge forms and collaborative partners to formulate and demonstrate virtuous narratives, incl designs for the planet that are culturally relevant, incl especially work with craftspersons and artisans.
Goal: Transforming the modernistic architecture of the welfare society into livable and efficient neighbourghoods. Focus on a future interpretation which optimize both the expression and the comfort. Methods: Practice-Based Research, Case studies, Surveys, Integrated research
Mainly built heritage conservation research and assessment reports, architectural design, also in collaboration with indigenous cultures, research papers and conferences presentations and posters on sustainable innovation, virtuous narratives for socio-ecological transformation and enquiry
Sustainable Buildings and Neighborhoods, infrastructure consulting, focused on energy and water production and re-use and recycling, Architectural and material culture conservation and research
Built Environment Financing
Built Environment Consulting
Archaeological Material Culture Studies Research and publishing
Architect and researcher and Principal Investigator of built material heritage, mainly of buildings, in addition to participation as partner in firms producing sustainable built environments
retention and use of lower embodied and embedded energy infrastructure, buildings and whole settlements, cultural sensitivity for authentic and sincere buy-in of stakeholders to co-build and maintain settlement