Marianne Levinsen, Copenhagen (Stockholm, 1963). She graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen in 1995 and worked at the studio of Professor Sven-Ingvar Andersson from 1995 to 2000 alongside teaching at the School of Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (1995–2005). Since 2002 she manages her own studio Marianne Levinsen Landskab. She has participated in Danish as well as international architectural competitions and won several first prizes. She realized projects range from private gardens, design of urban facilities, institutions, campuses and renovations to large scale infrastructural installations, master plans and landscape planning. She has been awarded architectural prizes for both the campus at Copenhagen Business School and the landscape architectural part of the Tietgen Dormitory and won the Danish Arts Foundation´s first prize for environmental/public art. She appointed judge in Danish and international architectural competitions and censor at schools of architecture, member of several committees of the Academy Council since 2002, member of the editorial committee at the magazine Landskab. She appointed member of the expert committee of environmental/public art of the Danish Arts Foundation 2011 – 2013. She has taken part in several architectural exhibitions showcasing own projects and engaged in a number of exhibitions and publications on landscape architecture.
Web site: www.mariannelevinsen.dk