Denmark

Njalsgade 17A
Pakhus 2
2300 Copenhagen S

Hack Kampmanns Plads 10
Pakhus 13
8000 Aarhus C
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With more than 30 years of experience, Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects is one of Scandinavia’s most recognized and award-winning architectural practices.

Working out of studios located in Copenhagen, Aarhus and Shanghai, we provide skilled architectural services all over the world, with a distinguished track record as designers of international high-profile architecture. We are deeply committed to the Nordic architectural traditions based on democracy, welfare, aesthetics, light, sustainability and social responsibility. In 2018, Schmidt Hammer Lassen became part of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will.

Founded in 1986, Schmidt Hammer Lassen is known around the world for its iconic, highly sustainable cultural and civic architecture, including The Black Diamond, the extension to the Royal Library in Copenhagen; ARoS Museum of Art in Aarhus, Denmark’s second-largest city; Halifax Central Library in Nova Scotia, Canada; the Katuaq Cultural Centre in Nuuk, Greenland; and the International Criminal Court in The Hague. The firm recently won a global competition to design the world’s largest library—the 1.2 million-square-foot Shanghai East Library—and it is currently working on the transformative Monroe Blocks mixed-use development in Detroit, Michigan, the firm’s first project in the United States.

By combining Perkins+Will’s 83-year legacy of design excellence with Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s illustrious Danish design pedigree, the united firms will make even greater contributions to the canon of cultural and civic architecture.

LEADERSHIP

Office Leaders
Chief Executive Officer
Bente Damgaard
Design Director, Aarhus
Kim Jolst Jensen
Design Director, Copenhagen
Kistian Lars Ahlmark
Chief Commercial Officer
Nathan Smith

Founding Partners
Bjarne Hammer
John Foldbjerg Lassen
Morten Schmidt

Partners
Kristian Lars Ahlmark
Trine Berthold
Bente Damgaard
Kasper Heiberg Frandsen
Kim Holst Jensen
Mads Kaltoft
Rasmus Kierkegaard
Tiago Pereira
Nathan Smith

Associate Partners
Elif Tinaztepe
Mads Dyssel Engel
Masahiro Katsume
Nuno Pereira Da Cruz
René Nedergaard

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