Hans Kragh

Hans Kragh

Partner and Landscape Architect, M.Sc. in Horticultural Architecture, MDL

Tel: +45 35 25 15 18
Mob: +45 27 11 02 67

Email: hkr@kragh-berglund.dk

Hans Kragh

Partner and Landscape Architect, M.Sc. in Horticultural Architecture, MDL

Year of birth
1969

Employed
2003

Educational background
1992-98 Landscape Architect, M.Sc. in Horticultural Architecture from the Royal Danish Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen
1995-96 semester at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’ School of Architecture
Department 1, Copenhagen

Languages
Danish, English and French
Memberships
Danish Landscape Architects’ Association
PAR Danish Association of Architectural Firms

Previous employment
2002/03 Freelance
1999/02 SLA Landskabsarkitekter, Copenhagen
1997/98 Søren Robert Lund Architects MAA, Copenhagen
1994/95 Arkitema, Århus

Work experience
Thirteen years of drawing office experience in project management,
user involvement, concept development, urban life, design,
urban development and project planning

Role in the project development
Project responsible

Selected projects:
Umeva, Umeå Sweden, landscape plan for water treatment plant, first prize with BAU 2010, ongoing project planning 2011
Bryghusgrunden, Copenhagen, Denmark, urban space development in cooperation with OMA, ongoing project planning 2011
DTU Lighting Plan, Lyngby, Denmark, fixtures design and lighting plan, ongoing project planning 2011
Samaranch Memorial Park, Tianjin, China, park, first prize with Holm Architecture Office 2011, ongoing project planning 2011
St. Frösunda, Stockholm, Sweden, district plan in cooperation with BAU, ongoing project planning 2011
Sandvig Beach Promenade, Bornholm, Denmark, landscape plan, ongoing project planning 2011
DTU SPACE Building 328, Lyngby, Denmark, landscape plan, under construction 2011
DTU Building 324 Microcampus, Lyngby, Denmark, landscape plan, first prize with CCO Arkitekter, under construction 2011
Caroli Shopping Centre, Malmö, Sweden, urban space plan, first prize with SHL Architects, under construction 2010-11
Kvæsthuspladsen, Copenhagen, Denmark, urban life analysis in cooperation with Lundgaard & Tranberg and Realdania, completed 2011
Climate kindergarten, Humlebæk, Denmark, playground for integrated kindergarten, completed 2011
Helsingør Strandgade, Denmark, master plan, completed 2010
Helsingør Bymidte, cathedral area, Denmark, master plan, completed 2009
Sankt Hans Gade playground, Copenhagen, Denmark, landscape plan, completed 2009
Plug N Play activity park, Ørestad Syd, Copenhagen, Denmark, completed 2009
Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, Karlskrona, Sweden, landscape plan, completed 2010
Changsha Sunshine 100, Shanghai, China, master plan, completed 2009
Sino Ocean, Tianjin, China, master plan, completed 2008
Købmagergade, Copenhagen, Denmark, urban space project, first prize with CEBRA Arkitekter 2008, not completed
Ordrup School, Gentofte, Denmark, schoolyard, completed 2007
Meadows Ski Resort, Czech Republic, landscape plan, completed 2006
Tjørnegårdsskolen, Gentofte, Denmark, schoolyard, completed 2006
Loudian Town, Shanghai, China, landscape plan for parks, urban space and housing development, awarded a prize by the city of Shanghai, completed 2006
Holiday house development, Denmark, first prize with LIW PLANNING 2006, not completed
Bakkegårdsskolen, Gentofte, Denmark, roof garden and schoolyard, nominated for the Mies Van de Rohe Award 2007, completed 2004
Malmö By Light, Malmö, Sweden, lighting installation, first prize, completed 2004

Employment:
1999-2002 Employed at Stig L. Andersson Landskabsarkitekter Aps
1997 Employed at Søren Robert Lund Architects MAA
1994-1995 Traineeship and project employment at Arkitema Arkitekter

2003
– Freelance landscape architect in the competition Roskilde University, a landscape plan for the university campus for Stig L. Andersson Landskabsarkitekter Aps
– Freelance landscape architect in the ‘Ullerød’ competition, a housing development with 1,400 new houses for Stig L. Andersson Landskabsarkitekter Aps. Awarded first prize and expected to be completed from 2003-2010.

2002
– Freelance landscape architect on the housing development ‘Nørresundby’ for Stig L. Andersson
Landskabsarkitekter Aps. Design and planning of 800 houses in a coastal area.

1999-2002 Employed at Stig L. Andersson Landskabsarkitekter Aps.
– Project architect at ‘Ankar parken’, Malmö, Sweden. Design and execution of workshop drawings for a park with costs of construction of approx. DKK 28 m. In charge of a team of landscape architects,
biologists and engineers
– Project architect at Hillerød Library Park, Denmark. Design and execution of park in a turnkey contract with costs of construction of approx. DKK 6 m.
– Project architect on parks along motor ring road 3 around Copenhagen, Denmark, MR3
– Topos Landskabsarkitekt Award 2002. Awarded to Stig L. Andersson Landskabsarkitekter Aps, Stig L. Andersson, Lisbeth Westergaard, Stine Poulsen, Hanne Bruun Møller, Christian Reestoft Liljegren, Karen Margrethe Krogh and Hans Kragh.

1998
– M.Sc. in Horticultural Architecture form KVL, Copenhagen, with the project ‘Parco Centocelle, Rome’. In
cooperation with Landscape Architect Jonas P. Berglund.
– Participation in the competition ‘An area south of Køge Bugt’. In cooperation with the landscape architects Lisbeth Westergaard and Christian Secher Scmidt.

1997
– Participation in the competition ‘Töölönläthi Bay Helsinki’, Finland. In cooperation with the landscape architects Jonas P. Berglund and Lisbeth Westergaard.
– Participation in the competition ‘Pilen’. The project defined the city as a dynamic place, defined as a set of rules over time. In cooperation with Landscape Architect Jonas P. Berglund.
– First prize in ‘Visual landscapes’, Arnhem, Holland. A path in a small island, visualised as a film.
– Employed at Søren Robert Lund Architects MAA. Employee at Trykkeriet ved Slagelse, building and landscape.

1996
– Third prize in the competition ‘Kolding River’ with the project ‘Places’. The river was used as the main motif for landscape architectural processing of five specific places. In cooperation with Landscape Architect Jonas P. Berglund.
– First prize in the competition Frederikssund, Denmark. The project consisted of a park with a church placed between the city and the countryside. The project has been completed. In cooperation with Landscape Architect Mette Lund Traberg.
– Restructuring of Sydhavnen, Copenhagen. The project used the canal as its main motif and added landscape and construction elements in strategically and geographically defined places.

1995-1996
Studies at Urban Project Planning at the School of Architecture, Copenhagen.

1994-1995
Trainee and project employment at Arkitema Arkitekter.

1991
Landscape architect student at KVL, Copenhagen.