Meet Our New Nomadic Intern!

Andreas MortensenResearch, Urban Design

From the kiwi coastal streets of Wellington, to the pot-holed road edges of Islamic Abu Dhabi, and after a romantically frantic cycle over Parisian cobblestones and through struggling post-colonial corners of Cape Town, I find myself on Birkegade – ready … Read More

Guest blog by Elizabeth Vamos

Andreas MortensenEducation, Research

Good urban design is all about context. Most designers understand that simple rule, but many of us have to face a major challenge: how to transfer strategies, tools, and processes from one context to another. And I’ll admit that when … Read More

arki_tools goes to Australia

Andreas MortensenEducation, Research, Urban Design

Democratic Urban Design is the core of our philosophy. Everyone who lives in a city, regardless of her/his age, education level, ethnicity and social class must be involved in making even the most minor decisions for her/his living environment, namely … Read More

From France to Denmark for an Internship

Andreas MortensenEducation, Research

internship, france, exchange, laboratory, experiments,

Malou made an amazing documentation of her summer internship at arki_lab, which you can view in its totality in the end of this post. Below are a few excerpts translated from French, with the original text at the bottom. ENGLISH: … Read More

Intergenerational Research Update

Andreas MortensenResearch, Tools, Urban Design

inddragelse, aldersintegration, metoder, byrum,

arki_lab has been involved in a research project into the field of intergenerational integration, funded by the Danish Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs. The emerging demographic shift of an ageing population brings with it a new set of … Read More