Landscape Architecture and Planning
1958 Frederiksberg C
Ph.D. Bettina Lamm MAA is a landscape architect and associate professor at the Landscape Architecture and Planning division, University of Copenhagen.
Lamm’s research addresses the interaction between the built environment and the lived life, and she has been a counsellor on architectural projects focusing on play and activity in the public realm. She studies in practice and theory how temporary interventions and art strategies can contribute to a reprogramming of the interim landscape by introducing new site readings and experiences.
She was co-curator of the exhibition Urban Play where artists and architects created works that responded to Køge’s industrial harbourscape as part of a cultural transformation strategy and in the EU interreg project SEEDS the UoC group explored temporary use as a development tool for reprogramming former industrial and derelict urban spaces.