Alice holds a Masters of Architecture from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (KADK) and a Bachelor of Architecture from the National Architectural School of Paris-la-Villette. Prior to her residency in Toronto, Alice developed international experience on projects ranging from academic research to construction phases in Australia, Switzerland, Denmark and France.
Her graduate thesis focused on restoring natural and historical qualities to the coastal dune landscape and abandoned military structures of the Atlantic Wall in France. Working with climate change effects, she developed computational tools enabling a novel approach for sustainable landscape interventions based on principles of resilience and recursive adaptation.
Prior to joining SvN Architects + Planners, Alice practiced in Copenhagen where she was a project leader and architect on residential projects for high profile clients such as Olafur Eliasson. In Toronto, Alice contributed to Deciem’s headquarters and laboratories in an heritage property with Rolf Seifert Architect where she gained experience from design development to consultant coordination and contract administration. While continuing this project at SvN she is also involved in master planning and transit oriented developments for new subway lines in Ontario.