External collaborative activities

The Institute has, and continues to expand a broad network in the research and commercial sectors in the areas of architecture, technology and science: from practising platforms such as GXN and Henning Larsen Architects, Architecture for Humanity, Arup London and Buro Happold Copenhagen to research institutions such as NASA’s  Habitation Unit in Houston, USA and the Technical University of Denmark.

These relationships help to support and challenge the Institute’s vision, research and teaching programmes in the areas of artistic development, sustainable building and the potential of technology in relation to architecture.

UNESCO (NL), EPFL (CH), GXN (DK), NASA (USA), The Bartlett (UK), HLA (DK), DTU (DK), Columbia GSAPP (USA), Buro Happold (DK), RMIT (AU), UT SoA (USA), ARUP (UK), UdK (DE), Harvard, School of Design (USA), Healthy Homes, ITU (DK), Architecture for Humanity, STUDIO MUMBAI ACADIA (USA), FOSTER & PARTNERS, IAAC (ES), Chalmers (SE), NTNU (NO), University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign (USA), TU Delft ( NL)

”To me, the new KADK represents a break with an overgrown and in some cases, unrealistic department structure. In my view, the new Institute of Architecture and Technology is an important element in a contemporary school of architecture. The Institute of Architecture and Technology will be able to turn out excellent architects that the industry can employ. In addition, the institute will be able to involve the surrounding world in improving the dialogue and collaboration between academic research and innovative thinking in practice.”
Kasper Guldager Jørgensen, Director and Partner at 3XN