Anne Kirsti Karlsen

Senior Architect

Anne Kirsti Karlsen

Senior Architect
+47 488 84 969
anne@nsw.no

Anne Kirsti received her MSc. in Architecture at AHO - Oslo School of Architecture.

During her study period, she was an exchange student at Escola Tècnica Superior d`Arquitectura de Barcelona.

Before joining NSW in 2008, she was an employee at Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Italy, Genova, where she was working with the Astrup Fearnley Museum, Tjuvholmen Icon Complex, situated in her hometown, Oslo.

As a senior architect at NSW, Anne Kirsti has gained a broad experience with a range of projects of different program, scale and complexity, as project manager in all steps of project development - from sketch phase to building site.

Project portfolio includes work for public and private developers with residential buildings, cultural buildings, sport arenas, commercial projects and office buildings, with ongoing projects for the national airport authority – Avinor and Forsvarsbygg.

Recently, she completed the transformation of the protected Karl Johans gate 14 in the center of Oslo, into a new flagship store and national headquarters for H&M as project manager.

Anne Kirsti has a particular interest and expertise in interdisciplinary collaboration, refurbishment and rebuilding, and urban development with a sustainable approach.

Anne Kirsti received her MSc. in Architecture at AHO - Oslo School of Architecture.

During her study period, she was an exchange student at Escola Tècnica Superior d`Arquitectura de Barcelona.

Before joining NSW in 2008, she was an employee at Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Italy, Genova, where she was working with the Astrup Fearnley Museum, Tjuvholmen Icon Complex, situated in her hometown, Oslo.

As a senior architect at NSW, Anne Kirsti has gained a broad experience with a range of projects of different program, scale and complexity, as project manager in all steps of project development - from sketch phase to building site.

Project portfolio includes work for public and private developers with residential buildings, cultural buildings, sport arenas, commercial projects and office buildings, with ongoing projects for the national airport authority – Avinor and Forsvarsbygg.

Recently, she completed the transformation of the protected Karl Johans gate 14 in the center of Oslo, into a new flagship store and national headquarters for H&M as project manager.

Anne Kirsti has a particular interest and expertise in interdisciplinary collaboration, refurbishment and rebuilding, and urban development with a sustainable approach.