Archinect - Hacking DK 2020-12-02T20:50:37-05:00 https://archinect.com/blog/article/150146546/a-basic-guide-to-the-danish-architect-ural-technologist A Basic Guide to the Danish Architect(ural Technologist) Katiel 2019-07-17T06:42:30-04:00 >2020-03-17T09:08:30-04:00 <p><em></em></p> <figure><figure><a href="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/bb/bb0fe726d53e49230259d79fe105443b.jpg?auto=compress%2Cformat&amp;w=1028" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/bb/bb0fe726d53e49230259d79fe105443b.jpg?auto=compress%2Cformat&amp;w=514"></a></figure></figure><p><em>Please note that all opinions expressed are my own, and are based only my anecdotal experiences. This is simply an attempt to decode the Danish system for those unfamiliar with it and considering studying or working in Denmark.</em><br></p> <p>In the USA, a licensed architect will both design and ensure that construction is up to code. In Denmark, usually only architects design the schematic or concept stage, and then architectural technologists handle the developed design and onwards.&nbsp;</p> <p>This is, of course, by no means a hard and fast rule. Architects become project managers and often assist with a large project into its construction phase. However I have found the majority, especially newer architects work solely in concept and competition design. So for all intents and purposes, I consider the architecture profession in Denmark split into Architects and Architectural Technologists. </p> <p><strong>Architecture/Arkitektur</strong></p> <p>When I studied in architecture school briefly in the US, there were furniture design elec...</p>