Architecture is created through dialogue, exploration and ambitions. With us the process starts with creating a common ground so together we can start the exciting and rich journey towards a unique project.
With local and international experience Skapa has established a large network of young and experienced professionals in various fields. For each project we compile a team to solve the project task.
With influences from our experiences working and studying in Copenhagen, London and New York, we create playful, bold and contextual architecture rooted in our Scandinavian context.
Being able to manage the latest tools within technology gives us an great advantage. We can easily test a broad spectre of schemes and concepts, effectively finding the right approach for each project.
We are always looking for motivated and talented people and would be happy to see your portfolio even if there are no open positions. Your application should include a short cover letter, a detailed CV, and a comprehensive portfolio.
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Kenneth holds a master degree from The Royal academy of fine arts architecture in Copenhagen and The Cooper Union in New York. He has gained work experience from Claus Pryds, C.F. Møller, Lie Øyen arkitekter and has also been a teacher at Oslo School of Architecture.
Tor-Erik is educated at Kingston University in London and at The Royal academy of fine arts architecture in Copenhagen. After finishing his studies, he worked for Alliance architects in Oslo and Stavanger where he was leading projects in several scales and scopes.
Peder is educated at Oxford Brookes University and earned his master at The Royal academy of fine arts architecture in Copenhagen. He has worked for David Chipperfield architects in London and Jarmund Vigsnæs in Oslo before he started his own practice in 2011 that later developed into Skapa.
Christian Stoveland Blindheim
Christian holds a master degree from Aarhus School of Architecture in building culture and tectonics.
Vegard studied at Kingston University, London and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. He has worked for Jamie Fobert Architects in London and C.F Møller in Oslo where he was head of the competition department and has project leader experience.