The studio of Vilhelm Christensen works within the fields of architecture, art and design. Current projects include exhibition architecture for two exhibitions at the Munch Museum, a public sculpture in Oslo, urban design for Ruten in Sandnes, and a study for the Norwegian government complex.

Vilhelm Christensen
Vilhelm Christensen (b. 1984) studied architecture at AHO in Oslo and SCI-Arc in Los Angeles. After finishing his studies in 2008 he worked a couple years for Rem Koolhaas/OMA in Rotterdam. Between 2011-2016 he was co-founder of Superunion Architects, and in January 2017 he started his independent practice.
Vilhelm Christensen has through his work won several competitions and prizes, been incorporated in the National Museum architecture collection, and has been published in domestic and international media. He has also been teaching and lecturing at the Oslo School of Architecture, and in 2019 he is visiting professor at the UISEK International University in Quito, Ecuador. In 2014 he received the Anders Jahre Prize for Young Artists.

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