I am an architect working within the field of graphic design. I hold a degree in architecture from the Aarhus School of Architecture and the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. Previous clients and employers include Arcgency Architects, Gudberg Nerger, Labland Architects, Baggrund.com, Passive/Aggressive, Prauda and the Aarhus School of Architecture.
I am currently based in Aarhus, Denmark and is available for hire and open to collaborations.
Say hi: firstname.lastname@example.org, 004540946648, @matskafte
I am an architect working with graphic design. The following is a selection of my work, both academic and professional.
01 Passive/ Aggressive
Independent publication providing a platform for young musical artists to present and explore their work through writing.
02 Architectural Drawings
Drawings for academic and professional projects produced with both analog and digital techniques.
03 Den Østjyske Millionby
Anthology of texts and photographs exploring the urban development of Eastern Jutland.
04 On Page Online On Show
Thesis project from the Aarhus School of Architecture exploring the relationship between books, architecture, and the internet.
Run: 10 (Handbound)
05 Johannes Kuczera
Web and on-request portfolios for photographer Johannes Kuczera.
Spreads and covers of selected issues of the independently published critical architectural journal Polemik.
A former church transformed into a neighborhood culture house. Absalon facilitates ping-pong tournaments, common dinners, yoga classesand much more.
Worked on as an employee at Arcgency Architects.
Posters created as commissioned and personal work.
09 Constructing an Archive
A collection of work produced by the students of Studio Constructing an Archive at the Aarhus School of Architecture during the academic year 2015/2016.
Pavillion built for the Northside Festival 2014 in Aarhus. The pavillion was based on a foundation of repurposed shipping containers, in which the rest of the pavillion could be stored. It was re-constructed at the Festival 2015.
The project was the result of a colloborative effort between architects, designers and artists.
Published August 2017.
Design and coding: Mathias Skafte
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