Section for Landscape Architecture and Planning – University of Copenhagen

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Anne Margrethe Wagner

Anne Margrethe Wagner

Assistant professor

  • Landscape Architecture and Planning

    Rolighedsvej 23

    1958 Frederiksberg C

    Phone: +45 35 33 17 88

Anne Wagner is a trained architect and assistant professor at the Division of Landscape Architecture and Planning, University of Copenhagen. Anne has several years of experience from practice and research in urban planning and design with focus on urban transformation processes.

Anne’s PhD, titled Permitted exceptions: Authorised temporary urban spaces between vision and everyday explores current understandings and implementations of officially initiated temporary urban spaces in the context of transformation of urban space and landscapes.  It investigates the everyday life of short term urban re-use projects in the light of long term visions, and the possible ’in- between’ spatial practices emerging in the transition. The practice-based research is based on findings through involvement in transdisciplinary project developments, design processes and pilot projects, among others through the partner network of the EU Interreg project SEEDS as well as other national and international studies.

Keywords: urban transformation, temporary use, public space, material practice, everyday life


Anne has been part of the teaching team of the course MSc Urban Intervention Studio (Bettina Lamm) since 2013, a course that is closely linked to the ongoing research on urban processes, temporary interventions and aims at develops analytical, conceptual and practical skills for addressing current planning and design challenges. Anne contributes to other courses and co-organises research seminars and conferences.


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