Work experience and courses
Bachelor – The Royal Danish Academy of Fine art School of Architecture in 2017.
Marie Louise Ditlev Eriksen
Mail : email@example.com
Mobil : 40 61 60 50
City planning, including green spaces
Private projects, minor
Relevant work and course expereince
2018.03.01 – 2018.05.22_Postgraduate Course in City Planning
Training in planning – district, town and country planning, theori and law. Furthermore citizen involvement and how it is to work in a political organization. Ending with 4 weeks pratical work in a municipality.
2017.03.06 – 2018.01.02 _ Intern at Helen&Hard, Stavanger, Norway
My skils in programs and generel my person as an architehct increased a lot a Helen&Hard. I leaned that everything is possible and as a timber engineer said to a meeting ”If you can draw it, we can build it”.
2017.12.27_Nepal refugium : På Kanten
Wun competion with Ida Rask and Victoor Hooge.
Editor og interviewer på www.studark.dk 2015 - 2017 - and other work.
2016 _ SPROUT talens week ”Made in Gellerup”
2014_ Aabybro Raadhus, Art exhibition Paintings
2014 _Lild Strand, Tex’s gallery : Painting
2014 _ Voluntary at Vejle municipality Art work with mentally and physical handicapped
Twinmotion, movie program
2017.12.27_Nepal refugium : På Kanten _ Daniel Tudendahl recommendation :
The winners of the contest Marie Louise Ditlev, Victor Hooge and Ida Bay Rask, have through a creative architectural concept created a habitat that was meant to be a refuge from daily busy city life – situated in the secluded part of Nepal. The scheme was approved because of the conceptual approach which is simplicity coexisting with the natural surroundings. Furthermore harnessing the local materials and keeping in mind spacial integrity. A group effort that resulted in a amazing draft and precision which is truly inspiring. Though deviating a bit from the guidelines they’ve yet managed to put in the efforts, with detailed prints and thoughts, and through their work proceeded to come out winners of the contest. I want to personally thank Marie Louise Ditlev, Victor Hooge and Ida Bay Rask for their commitment and an artistic eye for detail.