Senior Project Architect / Project Manager

Kasper Hauschultz Hansen is a Danish architect, who, for the last 12 years, has been working across Europe for several of the industry’s leading architectural firms.

Kasper holds a Masters degree in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences from Delft University of Technology in Holland. Furthermore, he is a registered architect in the Dutch, Danish and UK registers of architects, and he is currently also pursuing his registration in the Swiss register of architects.

As a Senior Project Architect and Project Manager, Kasper has extensive experience in leading architectural design teams from the initial brief of a client through to the completion of a project. His project experience ranges from small-scale residential projects to large-scale public and urban scale projects, and, over the years, the projects he has been involved with have won several awards.

In addition to his design skills, Kasper has, over the last decade, developed extensive experience in coordinating complex building projects across all disciplines. Through the years, this has provided him with a thorough knowledge of building codes and regulations, as well an extensive hands-on practical technical knowledge.

Prior to joining Oppenheim Architecture, Kasper worked with the offices of Herzog & de Meuron in Basel and Foster+Partners in London, as well as other well-renowned offices across Europe.