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Kayrokh Moattar's picture

KayrokhMoattar

Arkitekt SAR/MSA | Co-founder, CEO

| +46 70 40 50 10 9

A good teacher of mine once said: “a good architect is like a cat, she lands stably on four feet regardless how she falls”. That has become my mantra in my practice I guess, accepting the conditions for what they are and aspiring to make the best out of them.

Architecture to me is all about complex problem-solving: a creative process which results in a win-win situation for the client, inhabitants, society and the environment. That sale’s pitch aside, I actually think architecture is nothing but arrangement of material, framing the life!

Frantisek Orth's picture

FrantisekOrth

Arkitekt SAR/MSA | Co-founder

| +46 72 004 04 86‬

BIM-methodology in the architectural profession is one of my strongest professional interests. As an arkemist I am responsible for digital model coordination and development of work methodology, especially in later stages of a project.

I see the importance and strive to utilize the maximum potential of digital tools and workflows available to us, right from the conception of any project.

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NielsPetterssonSandmark

Arkitekt SAR/MSA

| +46 76 247 63 95

My expertise lies in developing strong ideas and communicating these with a wide selection of tools – including text, physical and digital models, image and VR.

I have a special interest in the phenomenon of dwelling as well as in the often conflicting and complex hopes, dreams, wants and needs of people confronted with architecture and urbanity.

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Emiline Elangovan

Arkitekt MSA

| +46 73 979 20 75

Having graduated from the Architecture and Planning Beyond Sustainability programme at Chalmers University of Technology, I am passionate about holistic approaches to sustainable design. With this background, my strengths lie in assessing a building’s carbon emissions at an early stage in the design process, using participatory design methods and tapping into local resources wherever possible in each project.