Delighted to receive a copy of the brilliant PLAT 7.0 - featuring my musings on the possibilities of an agonistic urbanism in Tbilisi. See more here.


8-23-VI (phase one) opens at the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial! Visit medium.works for more. 

8-23-VI is supported by Creative Europe and KADK.​​​​​​​


Plastiglomerate solidifies at Roskilde Festival!  It combines decades-old masonry bricks with week-old plastic bricks - a mass of bricks and mortar that sits in contrast with the surrounding tents and pavilions. 

The project is a collaboration with artist Veronika Geiger, mason Casper Bojsen and DTU, and will be in the Art Zone at Roskilde until Sunday. 

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Innovation by Design

A series of five articles exploring the themes of the Danish contribution to the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale - Possible Spaces.

Commissioned by Natalie Mossin - curator of the 2018 Danish Pavilion, and the Danish Architecture Center. Published on arcspace.com

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Delighted that The Agonistic City has been shortlisted for the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA), organised by the Fundació Mies van der Rohe with the support of Creative Europe as an extension of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.

The project is exhibited at Palazzo Mora - European Culture Centre in Venice until November, as part of La Biennale di Venezia, and will then tour across Europe.

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Honourable mention for The Collaboratory in CHART 2018. Click on image for more info. 


An overview of the On Cities workshop that took place at the Norman Foster Foundation in Madrid, June 2018.

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Spent 8 crazy days in Singapore with the UN innovation lab - UNLEASH, working with people from many disciplines and geographies to tackle some major global problems. 
Our group focused on Singapore's ageing population, and the increasing levels of isolation and loneliness amongst the elderly community. We proposed a model of participatory action, allowing senior citizens to take an active role in shaping their local environment. This would utilise the empty 'void decks' that exist on the ground floor of the majority of Singapore's 'HDB' housing blocks - a state built typology that makes up 80% of Singapore's housing stock. Both the physical interventions and the participatory processes that define them will engage senior citizens, strengthening ageing communities and building a more inclusive society.
After 5 days of intensive development, I pitched the project to hundreds of other groups and a panel of expert judges. The project generated a lot of interest, and we have been invited by the Singaporean Ministry of Culture to apply for funding to implement the project.

Tbilisi City Forum wins a Silver Award at the Creative Conscience Awards! The Awards recognise projects that aim to have a social impact, and build a network between 'changemakers' across a number of creative disciplines.


Invited to curate the seminar series Reframing Architecture + Design in Africa. The four seminars explored themes such as fashion and health, and took place at KADK, Copenhagen - Spring 2018.

Invited to present The Agonistic City at the Danish Architecture Association. April 2018.
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