COPENHAGEN OFFICE

arki_lab ApS
Birkegade 4
2200 København N
Danmark
+45 28 14 37 17

CONTACT:
– mail@arkilab.dk

For job/internships write to
– application@arkilab.dk

sydney OFFICE

arki_lab
79 Beattie Street
Balmain NSW 2041
Australia

CONTACT:
– mail@arkilab.dk

For job/internship write to
– application@arkilab.dk

JOB/INTERNSHIP

arki_lab is always looking for talented Architecture and Urban Design students who are eager to learn and develop their skills as interns in our office. For visa issues, please clearly state your nationality in your email and CV. Please send your CV and digital portfolio (max. 10 mb) to application@arkilab.dk and write “Internship” in the subject line.

If you are interested in applying for a job, please send a cover letter and portfolio (max. 10mb) to application@arkilab.dk and write “Job” in the subject line. All applications will be answered as soon as possible.


PEOPLE

arki_lab office is built on an evolving constellation of diverse disciplines, cultures and personalities uniting in a collaborative work process. We are a team of professionals from different backgrounds who aim to work with a cross-disciplinary approach.We aim to learn from each other by working collectively. Drawing inspiration from each other’s experiences, knowledge and skills is thus a key feature of the office.

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RASMUS FRISK

Copenhagen & Sydney Office
Architect MAA + Urban Designer
CEO and Partner of arki_lab
rf@arkilab.dk
DK +45 2628 0303
AU +61 (0) 474 325 047

 Download a pdf of Rasmus’ extended CV

Rasmus has extensive national and international experience working on large-scale masterplans, building design and public space projects, collaborating with a wide range of clients including city authorities and private developers, as well as with a distinguished list of architecture and landscape architecture firms. He has worked in leading positions for several years in top firms like White Architects and the urban consultant office, Gehl Architects, on projects in Australia, China, the US and most of Europe. In addition to his work at arki_lab, he is also an Associate Professor at DIS: Study Abroad in Scandinavia, where he teaches Architecture and Urban Design, primarily to American students. He is a well-known guest speaker around the world with a special focus on the human dimension of architecture, urban design and city planning.

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JEANETTE FRISK

Copenhagen Office
Architect MAA + Urban Designer
Partner of arki_lab
jf@arkilab.dk
DK +45 2814 3717
AU +61 (0) 474 325 044

 Download a pdf of Jeanette’s extended CV

Jeanette has extensive national and international experience working with most disciplines in architecture, building design, small and large scale urban development, urban strategies, design, research, exhibitions and much more. She has worked at top architecture firms including White Architects, Arkitema, and Witraz, on high profile projects and architectural competitions. She also has experience teaching Architecture and Urban Design to students from primary school up to university level, which has given her skills applicable in other citizen involvement processes. Jeanette is an urban farmer with a passion for the environmental, health and social value of nature and how the relationship between nature and the build environment can contribute to a more sustainable future.

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YALDA PILEHCHIAN

Copenhagen Office
Urban Designer
Urbanist MSc + Architect B.Arch
yp@arkilab.dk
+61 (0) 450 577 647

Download a pdf of Yalda’s extended CV

Yalda’s educational background in both architecture and urban studies enables her to have a holistic approach to urban design that encompasses social, economic and environmental issues as well as design qualities. Yalda has strong analytical skills and is experienced in interpreting and structuring the data collected from involving citizens into planning strategies and transforming them into actual design ideas. Yalda is largely interested in bottom-up planning, empowerment, and social sustainability and employs her skills and expertise to ensure that end-users’ ideas and aspirations gets through in the design process.

At arki_lab, Yalda is involved in concept development and planning, as well as preparing reports, strategies and design based on citizen involvement ideas. She is also responsible for developing our engagement tools such as arki_nopoly and CoCityApp.

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EKIN ARIN

Copenhagen Office
Architect and Urban Designer
Architect B.Arch
ea@arkilab.dk
+45 5333 7488

Ekin has completed her Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia in the US. Being exposed to the destruction of urban and historical fabric in Istanbul (with no regard to its citizen) guided her to pursue a design approach that aims for civic empowerment and engagement in creating spaces. She is particularly curious about designing for the ecological balance in urban landscapes. Her thesis project examined different field conditions as a strategy for urban connectivity, analyzing social, political and ecological stratification that exists in metropolitan areas around the globe. She enjoys working on urban analysis, focusing on drawing connections between cultural backgrounds and built environments. Ekin is excited to learn further about public engagement methodologies and creating spaces through civic ownership during her internship at arki_lab.

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ANDREAS MORTENSEN

Copenhagen Office
Cultural Analyst
European Ethnology BA
am@arkilab.dk
+45 3042 6202

Andreas is currently doing his Master’s degree in European Ethnology at the University of Copenhagen. This study juxtaposes the study of cultural processes at a global level with insights from people’s everyday life. It seeks to understand how cultural historical and political prehensions might influence daily life and vice versa. Andreas focuses on how knowledge is translated from one context to another. With insights from feminist theory and gender studies he is interested in the partial, local and embodied nature of knowledge and how to use it in a responsible and accountable way. At arki_lab that entails to pay attention to the user-perspective and special insights gained from participant involvement while maintaining an active role as researcher in the knowledge-producing process.

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BODIL EJSING BRØDRESKIFT

Copenhagen Office
Student Assistant in Cultural Analysis
beb@arkilab.dk
+45 3013 4410

Bodil has a Bachelor’s degree in European Ethnology from the University of Copenhagen and is currently doing her Master’s in Applied Cultural Analysis – a cross-cultural program that focuses on combining methods in innovative ways and hands-on training in cultural analysis. She is trained in problem-solving through ethnographic fieldwork, project management and effective and creative communication. Through past experience with several fieldwork driven projects, Bodil became interested in the interconnectivity of spatial qualities and the collective cultural identity, particularly within urban contexts. She’s curious about the appropriation of urban space and democratic development of cities, continuously questioning the process of urban-coexistence.

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ASGER ARNBJØRN

Copenhagen Office
Urban Planning and Analysis
aa@arkilab.dk
+45 2720 1256

Asger is highly concerned with exploring and developing new methods to improve social and environmental sustainability, empowering the excluded and underprivileged communities and closing the loop of circular economy – in cities as well as in societies at large. Asger has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen and is currently finishing a Masters in Urban and Environmental Planning at Roskilde University. This diverse educational background has equipped Asger with strong skills in both qualitative and quantitative data analysis as well as insight into a wide range of analytical fields including public policy, international development assistance, temporality and inclusion in urban planning and urban ecology. Besides his academic work, Asger has considerable experience with volunteer work, project planning and coordination in both the national and international context. Asger’s work at arki_lab revolves around co-designing urban spaces and increasing civic empowerment through planning and design as well as improving our existing methods and developing new approaches.