I am architect living and working in Copenhagen, currently running my own architecture studio (Jonathan Houser ApS, cvr: 37446114) alongside teaching at The Royal Academy of Art, School of Architecture.
The driving force in my work is the search for ideas that can act as the foundation of each project – clear ideas for every project that hold the promise of unfolding a world unique to the task at hand.
Depending on the requirements of the individual project I engage in collaborative work with various professionals from the fields of art, science and engineering in order to give client and project the highest level of professional advice.
Since receiving my Masters Diploma in Architecture from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 2014 I worked at Lundgaard and Tranberg Architects where I was design architect on the winning competition for a “Museum for the Danish Resistance 1940–45” which opened in 2020. I also took part in the development of schematic design for the new “Museum of Natural History” that is under construction within the Botanical Gardens in Copenhagen.
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Memorial to Perished War Sailors WWII 1940–45, Awarded in open competition and exhibited at Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2018
Photo: Hampus Berndtson