Carina Nørregaard

Architect

‘Only when a building feels familiar does it really become liveable.’

Our physical environment has a big influence on us as people. Not only on our well-being but also on our health, behaviour general development. Only when a building feels familiar does it become a truly liveable building. The key to achieving this lies in collaboration. By listening carefully and asking many questions, we seek to find out what exactly makes a project special.

Carina studied architecture at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and has been with LIAG since 2005. She gained professional experience during the ‘Experiment’ programme launched by the Chief Government Architect. She has worked as a project architect on large complex commissions, including education and utility buildings.