Guest Professor at TU Berlin Fakultät VI, Department ‘Architecture for Health’, spring 2018 –
Partner and Architect at Henning Larsen Architecture Office in Copenhagen, Denmark 1992-
Teacher at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Denmark 1993-2001
MA in Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Denmark 1992
Constructing Architect, Department of Building and Construction Management, Denmark 1985
Certifications and Memberships
The Danish Architects’ Association
The Danish Association of Architectural Firms
The Artists’ Society, The Academic Council
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
Since 2002, Lars has been partner and part of the management of Henning Larsen Architects. He is responsible for the company’s projects related to healthcare and research. Through many years of experience with preliminary analyses and realization of large hospital- and research projects a profound knowledge of complex circumstances, that characterize these projects, has been achieved.
In addition the ability to combine sincere attention to aesthetics and architectural design, structure, daylight, materials and details with highly complex technical solutions has been developed.
In addition to healthcare projects, Lars has extensive experience with masterplans, cultural and educational projects. He has been responsible for developing numerous winning designs as well as concept design, detailed design and completion of selected projects.
Professional experience in general and the ability to seek and apply new architectural learnings has made Lars a popular educator and professional jury member for architectural competitions.
‘Healthcare Talks’, 5th Symposium in Berlin, Germany 2018
‘Complexity in Hospital Design’ at TU Berlin, Germany 2016
‘EPH European Public Health Conference’ in Milan, Italy 2015
‘Hospitals and Urban Potential’ at AIT Architektursalon in Hamburg, Germany 2014
‘Healthcare Talks’ at NohrCon, Denmark 2013
‘Healthcare of the Future’, 4th Symposium in Berlin, Germany 2012
‘Herlev Hospital’, Arkitektforeningen, Denmark 2011