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Maja Mawusi on her internship at Henning Larsen

25 of May '20

Maja Mawusi of Gdansk University of Technology talks about her internship at Henning Larsen Architects, her work on the Imperial Shipyard in Gdansk, master plans and what the Danish term constructing architect means.

Maja Mawusi

Student of the Faculty of Architecture at the Gdansk University of Technology. She gained professional experience in the Sopot office of Roark Studio, and currently lives in Copenhagen, where during her internship at Henning Larsen Architects she has the opportunity to work, among other things, on the masterplan of the Imperial Shipyard in Gdansk. She also received her education through exchanges in Denmark at VIA University College and studying urban planning at Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, and through summer schools, including at HafenCity Universität in Hamburg. As part of developing her interest around urban themes, she has been involved several times in the production of the Tri-City editions of the Open House Worldwide architecture festival, as well as volunteering with the Traffic Design association on interventions in public spaces.

scope of the podcast

Internship in Denmark, decision making, portfolio
Imperial Shipyard project in Gdansk, Poland
Internships at Danish universities
Working at Roark Studio
Start of internship at Henning Larsen, work on Imperial Shipyard
Masterplan, what it is
Working on other projects at Henning Larsen. Design of a wooden neighborhood in Copenhagen. Masterplan in Wolfsburg.
The difference between the Danish concept of architect and constructing architect

Also listen to the first part of Maja Mawusi's podcast about student exchanges.

Petro Vladimirov also talks about his internship at Henning Larsen .

From the podcast series titled: "All about internships - the best offices".

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illustrations courtesy of Mai Mawusi

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