Ida Winge Andersen
Daglig leder | Partner | Arkitekt
+47 99 54 27 80
Ida is a partner and company director of Rebuilding and has a M.Arch degree from LTH in Lund and AHO in Oslo (2004). Ida has gained significant experience both as an architect and company leader and was a partner and leader at Ghilardi+Hellsten Arkitekter for several years. As a project manager and architect, her work spans from housing projects to retail and master planning. Ida has a unique expertise in revitalization, conservation and transformation of complex urban projects like Aker Brygge, Holmen and Kiruna, and has been a lecturer at the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at AHO. Ida joined Rebuilding in 2017 and has worked on projects like NRK, Prindsens hage and Lysaker Torg
+47 98 83 48 92
Mathias has a M.Arch degree from BAS in Bergen and AHO in Oslo (2011) where he received the Statsbygg Award for Outstanding Architecture for his thesis project on industrial transformation of Icelandic landscapes. Since graduating he has worked in several offices in Oslo and Toronto, with complex urban transformation projects like Kiruna and Holmen, research on Canadian arctic urbanism, and the construction phase of several residential projects in Oslo. He has also run his own designprojects like the Kunstsilo Kristiansand competition (with Kaleidoscope) and been a lecturer at Waterloo School of Architecture and the University of Toronto. Mathias joined Rebuilding in 2017 and was worked on projects like NRK and Turbinveien.
+47 99 79 11 44
Wenche received her M.Arch degree from NTNU in Trondheim and AHO in Oslo (2006). Through her professional experience as associate partner at Spacegroup architects she has worked on projects in all scales and phases, ranging from exhibition design to large urban transformations. At Space Group, she worked on projects like Aker Brygge, Oslo Central Station and Kulturkvartalet Nedre Gate, and she has gained a strong expertise in design as well as strategic and conceptual thinking. Since 2015 she has held a position as assistant professor at the institute for urbanism and landscape at AHO. Wenche joined Rebuilding in 2017 and has worked on projects like NRK and Lysaker Torg.
+47 93 49 77 99
After graduating from AHO/LTH (2006), Børge established his own practise Huus og Heim Arkitektur and was responsible for projects for the National Tourist Routes in Norway as well as a number of residential projects. In 2012 the practice was selected for the acclaimed “Under 40, Young Norwegian Architecture” at the National Museum in Oslo. In recent years, Børge has gained significant experience from the detailed design and construction phase of several large and complex projects like Vitaminveien 4 and Stranden 1 at Aker Brygge, both mixed-use buildings combining office and retail space. Børge joined Rebuilding in 2017 and has worked on projects like Sommerfryd and Turbinveien.
Elin jore larsen
+47 459 61 997
Elin is the office manager at Rebuilding with primary focus on administrative work, management support, process improvement and H.R. She holds a Cand. mag. degree in social sciences from the Univerisity of Oslo and studied business and administration at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. Elin has significant experience from corporate, finance and business developement and has been part of Rebuilding since 2015.
Juan Ruiz Anton
Juan studied architecture in the Accademia di Mendrisio and the Architecture School in Madrid (ETSAM) where he received his M.Arch degree (2008). In Spain, he worked at Ensamble Studio, where he collaborated in projects of several scales such as or Cervantes Theatre in Mexico. He moved to Norway in 2010 and joined the architecture office Atelier Oslo where he worked in various built projects such as Diagonale in Bjørvika (Oslo), or the Norderhov Cabin; acquiring a wide experience both in design and construction phases. Additionally, he has worked independently as exhibition architecture associate at the Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016 and has been assistant teacher at AHO. He joined Rebuilding in April 2018 and has been working with the Lysaker Torg Office Transformation project.