Sigurd Larsen is a Berlin based Danish architect. He has a master degree from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen.
Sigurd Larsen founded the studio in 2010 and is currently building houses in Denmark, Germany, Austria, France and Greece. Apart from houses the studio completed a series of loft rooms at Michelberger Hotel in Berlin as well as the treetop hotel Lovtag in Denmark and public schools in Germany. More hotels are under construction in Germany and Greece. The work of the design studio combines the aesthetics of high quality materials with concepts focusing on functionality in a complex context.
Since 2016 Sigurd Larsen is Professor at Berlin International University of Applied Sciences where building design and visual communication is explored through teaching and research.
From 2011 to 2016 Sigurd Larsen was assistant professor at University of the Arts, Berlin where he taught architectural design with Professor Enrique Sobejano, co-founder of Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos.
Previously Sigurd Larsen was employed at OMA Rem Koolhaas in New York, MVRDV in Rotterdam, COBE in Copenhagen and Berlin and Topotek1 in Berlin.
From 2013 to 2015 Sigurd Larsen was Partner in the Danish-German architecture office COBE Berlin. During this time he participated in winning 1st prize in a competition for a house for dance culture in Bordeaux, designing experimental housing for the Berlin Senate as part of the workshop and exhibition Urban Living, designing low cost housing in Senegal as well as gaining several honorable mentions and 2nd prizes in various architecture competitions.
Sigurd Larsen is member of the Association of German Architects, BDA
and Architektenkammer Berlin.