Born in Stockholm 1990.
Architect ARB SIR/MSA based in London and northern Sweden.
I am currently working on a PhD in Architectural Design at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London funded by the UCL Graduate Research Scholarship. Exploring the forest’s potential as a model for the contemporary architectural imagination, my work seeks to explore the historical interrelationship between landscape, architecture, narrative and ecological understandings of matter. Spanning across practice and academia, my doctoral research draws on my previous experience as a London-based architect working across a range of residential and commercial projects, alongside my ongoing project restoring a timber farmstead from 1873 located in a rural village in Härjedalen, Sweden.
I hold a Master of Architecture (MArch) with Distinction and a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Architecture with First Class Honours from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and have worked for several years in practice at Henley Halebrown Architects in London.
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