Beyond talking shop at design conferences on pedagogy, his research interests are situated between the quest for understanding our past and a critical estimation of speculative futures. His historical research is currently concentrated on post-war Scandinavian architecture, in particular Sigurd Lewerentz and Bernt Nyberg.

Current research initiatives are focusing on design’s dark side to estimate the potential impact of our current values and judgements.

Master of Architecture, Harvard University, 2003
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Tennessee, 2000