We consider our physical context as a working field, woven of architectural historic layers and spatial sequences, that mediates between private and public space.
This working field frames the creation of each project. The building programme, site, light and structure then determines the unique nature of the project. Simultaneously this approach ensures the creation of the culturally sustainable, relevant and architectural, characterful place.
Lise Juel founded the office in 2010 after having worked for a range of leading architectural practices in Denmark. Latest 7 years at Kim Utzon Architects as chief designer and lead architect of a.o Utzon Centre in collaboration with Jørn Utzon.
Early in her career Lise Juel worked 3 years in Greenland, collaborating with DTU in developing a sustainable building tradition in Arctic regions.
Lise Juel is Associate Professor at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, where she has been teaching since 2002. Also she is a member of the Academy’s appointed diploma examiners.
Lise Juel is a fellow member of the Danish Artist Society since 2011.
Selected projects developed and built by Lise Juel for Kim Utzon Architects
Photos © Kim Utzon Arkitekter www.kimutzon.dk