Nordic City Architects: Camilla van Deurs

The Nordic Neighbourhood Camp in April 2022 teamed up architects and cultural actors from the Nordics with local and national architects, developers, politicians and others working with cities and neighbourhoods. Amongst the key actors in the camp were the public City Architects from various Nordic cities, also engaged in the Triennale’s network Nordic Neighbourhood Lab. Camilla van Deurs is City Architect of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Published 15.01.24

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