Anne Romme is an architect and educator based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is the Head of Programme of the bachelors degree programme Finder Sted | Taking Place at Institute for Architecture and Culture at the KADK School of Architecture. She also runs an independent design and architecture practice in close collaboration with the artist group N55. They are currently working on developing alternative building systems using geometry, contemporary technology and lightweight construction.
Anne holds a Ph.D. from the Royal Danish Academy, School of Architecture, a B.Arch. from the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union, an M.Arch from the Aarhus School of Architecture, and an M.Arch.II degree from Princeton University School of Architecture.
Prior to establishing her current practice, Anne was collaborating with Fiyel Levent of Fiyel Levent Atelier, New York. Other previous work experiences include DillerScofidio+Renfro, Francois DeMenil Architect, PeiCobbFreed&Partners, and Agrest & Gandelsonas Architects.
Anne has been teaching extensively. Positions include The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, The Aarhus School of Architecture and at the Princeton University School of Architecture. She has been on architecture juries at the GSAPP at Columbia University, at Pratt Institute, at City College, New York, the School of Architecture in Oslo, Norway and at the EPFL, Switzerland.
Together with N55, Anne has been awarded the 2014-15 Ward Lucas Lectureship in the Arts by Carleton College, Minnesota, US. Anne was awarded the 2008 “Time To Design – New Talent Award” in Copenhagen, Denmark.