Bengt has been intrigued by the same question since he penned his undergraduate architecture thesis: can the design of the built environment be more efficient without stifling the activity and artistry that makes it interesting?
Since then he has worked for several innovative practices on a diverse range of buildings, plans and strategies. After completing the MSc Adaptive Architecture & Computation at UCL, he developed a reputation for understanding how to combine ideas from many different disciplines. Working internationally with architects, economists, planners, civil engineers and environmentalists, Bengt designed a series of interactive ‘tools’ to inform decisions at both building and city scale.
Bengt is currently questioning how to improve the life cycle environmental performance of buildings as a doctoral candidate at the Universities of Bath and Bristol.