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About Brrum

Brrum is an architecture practice based in Stockholm and was founded in 2016 by Ulrika Karlsson, Veronica Skeppe and Cecilia Lundbäck. Our projects include architectural design projects at different phases and scale as well as research based projects within our field. Our joint experience within the practice range from larger projects such as local planning, landscape architecture, multifamily housing and office buildings to the smaller scale of single houses and projects focusing on interiors, furniture design and exhibition design. We have experience from working both internationally with projects, exhibitions and publications - as well as locally. Through research based projects Brrum is also engaged in questions addressing the intersection between material processes and technology and exploring the relationships between architecture, building and their representations.

Cecilia (b. 1985) received her MArch degree in 2014 from the Royal Institute of Technology / KTH in Stockholm and has also studied at Bergen School of Architecture in Norway. She has done two years of furniture design/making studies at the Academy of Design and Craft / HDK Steneby. Cecilia has previously worked as an architect at sandellsandberg arkitekter in Stockholm and is currently a lecturer of architecture at both bachelor and master level at KTH and a guest teacher at Konstfack / University College of Arts, Crafts and Design.

Veronica (b. 1984) received her MArch degree in 2013 from the Royal Institute of Technology / KTH in Stockholm and has also studied at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Stuttgart. She has previously worked as a lecturer at Konstfack / University College of Arts, Crafts and Design and as an architect at Servo Stockholm and Urban Design. She is a lecturer in architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology / KTH in Stockholm.

Ulrika (b. 1966) received her architecture degree from Columbia University (MsAAD) and her landscape architecture degree from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (MLA). She has lectured internationally and contributed to journals including Perspecta, Via, and AD. She currently teaches graduate design studios and is a professor in architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology / KTH in Stockholm and a professor in furniture design and interior architecture at Konstfack / University College of Arts, Crafts and Design. She has also taught at UCLA’s Department of Architecture and Urban Design in Los Angeles and at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London. Ulrika is also a partner and founding member of Servo and has previously worked at Greg Lynn Form, Hoboken.