MUTOPIA announces departure of Kristina Jordt Adsersen

MUTOPIA announces that Kristina Jordt Adsersen, Partner, will leave the practice at the end of March 2018. Kristina Jordt Adsersen has been a co-founder of MUTOPIA together with Serban Cornea and partner since 2005, whilst working on many major urban planning and architecture projects, along with developing tools for communication and dialogue.

Kristina Jordt Adsersen has overseen masterplanning and sports&culture related projects, headed a number of award-winning projects, while in the same time significantly contributing to MUTOPIA’s dialogue-oriented approach to architecture.

‘Kristina has played a substantial role in MUTOPIA as a key co-developer of our co-creation strategies and thoughts about architecture as the art of many, and we are grateful for her yearlong engagement in MUTOPIA’s development and growth as designer, involvement process coordinator, and partner’, says Serban Cornea, founding partner at MUTOPIA.

‘It has been a fantastic and inspiring 13-years long period in which I developed professionally by working on a wide range of different projects, while in the same time expanding the boundaries of the architectural profession as a collective and user-oriented effort, and I am proud for having contributed to MUTOPIA’s varied body of work, including abstract projects, as well as realised projects’ says Kristina Adsersen. ‘It is now time for me to pursue my personal interest for housing as a main field of future activity’.

Kristina Jordt Adsersen joins Zeso Architects as Head of Housing Department and stays on at MUTOPIA on a freelancer basis for ongoing projects to be handed over, as well as for upcoming dialogue-oriented projects, as a process designer and coordinator.

MUTOPIA is currently involved in several major projects under construction, including the 11.500m2 large 4-track school Lindbjergskolen in Herning, the 8.800m2 large sports&culture venue FrederiksborgCentret in Hillerød, a temporary hotel made of customizable prefab units in Copenhagen, as well as a number of sports, culture and housing masterplans, including the 9.250m2 large Kongeskrænten in the Copenhagen metropolitan area, and a 13.500m2 large masterplan, recently selected as a winner of a competition for a mixed tenure development in Horsens.

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