Mads Farsø

WSP Danmark
Chief advisor

Mads Farsø (PhD) is a practicing landscape architect mdl PhD, and chief advisor at WSP Danmark. He is formerly associate senior lecturer and programme study director for the 'landscape architecture programme' at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Alnarp. Departing from a landscape perspective and using film as a tool of registration and design, Mads has researched how time and sound define spatial values of the everyday landscape, and how a greater awareness of space experienced as a sonic surrounding leads to different awarenesses. In 2008 he established the landscape architectural office Farsø Have. He co-founded and -led the Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx) 2014-2017. In 2019 he initiated the Surroundings Lab.


Hugh Campbell

University College Dublin
Professor of Architecture

Corne Strootman

The École Nationale Supérieure de Paysage in Versailles
EMiLA fellow

Andrej Radman

Delft University of Technology
Assistant Professor of Architecture Theory

Morten Meldgaard

Institute for Building, Landscape & Planning, School of Architecture, Royal Danish Academy of Arts
Associate Professor, PhD, Director

Sofie Stilling

University of Copenhagen / Copenhagen Architecture Festival
PhD Fellow

Kristen Van Haeren

University of Copenhagen
PhD Fellow

Heidrun Holzfeind

Umeå Academy of Fine Arts (guest teacher)
Artist and filmmaker

Renzo Sgolacchia

School of Doctorate, IUAV, University of Venice
PhD Fellow

Marc Boumeester

AKI Academy of Art and Design, ArtEZ University of theArts

Igea Troiani

University South Bank London, UK.
Professor and Head of Division for Architecture

Rikke Munck Petersen

Section for Landscape Architecture and Planning, University of Copenhagen
Associate Professor

Josephine Michau

Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx)
Festival director & co-founder

Pernille Maria Bärnheim

Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx)
Program and Partnerships
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