Elin Jore Larsen
Elin Jore Larsen holds a Cand. Mag. from the University of Oslo and is a certified trust officer (CTO). She has extensive international experience from working for both large multinational corporations and - prior to Rodeo - as a senior account manager for a mid-sized corporate service provider based in the Netherlands. She is specialised in client relations, setting up business structures, KYC, management- and administration of companies.
+47 459 61 997
Human Geographer | Partner
Timon Linderud is a human geographer and urban planner with a masters degree from the University of Oslo. He has broad experience within all levels of formal planning, spatial and sociocultural analysis, feasibility studies and impact assessment studies. He has extensive managerial and strategic experience from major Norwegian architect and engineering practices. His areas of expertise also include project management, process management, public engagement strategies and visioning.
+47 932 17 376
Thao Nguyen is an architect and an urban planner with a masters degree from NTNU. Thao's hands-on competency reflects her varied background allowing her to take on a range of project types, from large-scale urban planning, feasibility studies, concept development to competitions and small-scale housing. Before joining Rodeo in 2017, she worked for several years in various architectural and urban planning offices in Norway.
+47 916 87 105
Cia Carlson Cecilia (Cia) is an architect and urban planner with a masters degree from LTH in Lund, and exchange studies at Milano Politecnico. She has several years of experience as project manager, planner and architect working on large-scale urban projects, from both the public and private sectors. Cia holds a significant design competence and knowledge in transferring an aesthetic strategy from the urban level to detailed plans and construction. Her area of expertise includes all parts of the planning field, from urban analysis and strategy development, to local participation and the formal regulatory process.
+47 980 17 114
Architect, MNAL | Founding Partner
Ivar Lyngner is an architect with a masters degree from NTNU, with exchange studies at Kunsthochschule Berlin. Ivar is experienced in every step of the architectural process, from concept development to construction documentation. Lyngner is also a competent urban planner, focusing on how the buildings, their program and the surrounding urban context strengthen each other. As a project manager, Lyngner has led several national and international prize-winning competitions and given lectures in Norway and abroad.
+47 977 04 953
Marte Storhaug Danbolt
Marte S. Danbolt holds an architectural degree from NTNU, with exchange studies at Universidad de Coimbra, Portugal. Prior to joining Rodeo in 2017, she has multiple years of work experience from leading offices in Norway, where she has participated in projects with a varied scale and complexity, from housing, kindergartens, schools and office buildings. Marte has a wide knowledge of the whole building process, with special focus on detailing, construction drawing and building site follow-up. Marte is currently expanding her expertise by participating in a post-master degree in Architectural Heritage at Oslo School of Architecture and Design.
+47 412 01 684
Architect PhD | Founding Partner
Urban Development/Global South Specialist
Anders Ese holds a PhD from the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, and heads Rodeo's work in East and Southern Africa. He specializes in urban development in the global South, and has worked on issues related to urbanization and poverty in Eastern and Southern Africa. Ese also specializes in data collection and mapping, as well as Norwegian municipal development projects.
+255 768 99 1345 (Tanzania)
+47 991 62 035 (Norway)
Sociologist | Partner
Head of Social Science
Kenneth Dahlgren is a sociologist with a masters degree from the University of Oslo. He has broad experience with project management and development, research and analysis. His fields of expertise include organizational studies, science/technology and society, preferences and the attitude-behaviour gap, information/communication strategies, as well as social class and inequality. Dahlgren has extensive experience in data collection and analysis, both quantitative (surveys and statistics) and qualitative (interviews, observation, document studies). He has published several books on social science issues.
+47 412 13 064
Architect, MNAL | Partner
Head of Arcitecture and Design
Anne Gjesdal Bjørndal is an architect with a masters degree from NTNU, with exchange studies at ENSAPB in Paris. Since joining Rodeo Architects in 2013, Bjørndal has added experience and technical know-how to her already well-developed understanding of architecture and urban planning. Anne has worked closely with our social scientists organizing workshops and turning analysis into architecture and urban plans.
From 2016 Anne is applying her design skills and creativity to Rodeo's architect department as the Head of Architecture.
+47 920 93 305
Jørn Are Vigestad Berge
Architect, MNAL | Partner
Jørn Are Vigestad Berge is an architect with a masters degree from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Berge has experience from Norway, Liberia and Venezuela, as well as private projects and carpentry. Since Jørn Are became part of Rodeo in 2011 he has focused on detailing, construction drawing and building site follow-up and established himself as an experienced project manager. Jørn Are also has acquired knowledge on sustainable solutions and climate adaptive housing and held lectures and workshops on the subject.
+47 922 97 831
Rune Stangeland is an architect and urban planner with a masters degree from NTNU, and exchange studies at TU Delft. Rune works in the range from complex large-scale urban planning to smaller-scale infill projects. He has vast experience from early stage project development and all levels of formal planning. He has worked with municipal and private developers across Norway. Rune joined Rodeo in 2016.
+47 482 09 909
Architect, MNAL | Founding Partner
Head of Marketing
Henning Sunde is an architect with a Master’s degree from NTNU and was Rodeo's General Manager for 10 years. Sunde has specialized in the overlap between architecture and real estate, and has strengthened Rodeo's competence in this important area of architecture and planning. Sunde has worked as a project manager for OVF, one of the nations largest land owners, and he regularly holds seminars and lectures e.g. at Arkitekturdagen, Futurebuiltdagen and Oslo Urban Arena.
+47 996 40 364
Knut Schreiner has a master’s degree in cultural sociology from the University of Oslo, a field preoccupied with the symbolic aspects and meanings of social life. He has a background as a rock musician on international level, and is a profiled cultural commentator in national media. He has a keen interest in the urbanization of Norwegian society and culture, and the concepts of identity, narrative and meaning in the study and understanding of places. He has experience with in-depth interviewing, participation-processes, text study and other qualitative and quantitative methods.
+47 911 73 655
Ingrid Roalsø has an urban and architectural degree from the Aarhus School of Architecture. Prior to joining Rodeo in 2016, she gained multiple years of experience from interdisciplinary studios both in Denmark and Norway. Roalsø’s field of expertise ranges from large scale analysis, strategic planning, urban and local development, down to urban design and temporary installations. Her focus is on the intersection of architecture, urban planning and sociology, while always placing great emphasis on incorporating the human and humane aspects at an early stage.
+47 481 89 322
Environmental psychologist PhD
Aga Skorupka holds a PhD from the City University of New York in environmental psychology. The field focuses on the interaction between people and their environments (both built and natural) and Skorupka has an extensive experience from applying it in projects both in the US, Poland and Norway. She specializes in analysis that inform design and planning as well as facilitating public participation. She is in particular interested in socio-cultural sustainability, placemaking and walkability. Skorupka has also worked with complex buildings, assisting architects in understanding future users’ needs and behavior.
+47 926 69 431
Salas Montes Mañas
Salas Montes is an architect with a Masters Degree from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid with exchange studies in Lund University. Before joining Rodeo in 2018, Montes gained experience in offices in Spain and Norway, working on projects varying in scale and complexity, spanning from large housing developments to smaller timber projects and exhibitions. Her focus is both on concept design and detailing, with a special interest for sustainable solutions. Montes is particularly interested in how one combines new computational tools with the human scale with a user friendly approach.
+47 967 23 011
Emilie Bergrem holds a M.Arch from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Subsequently she has added experience and knowledge through her experience from practices in multidisciplinary offices in Copenhagen, Stavanger, Berlin and Oslo. She has worked with municipal and private developers across Norway on programs spanning from single family housing, cultural institutions to large scale city planning. Bergrem has a keen interest in urban development as a powerful social tool, and in all scales of architecture she strives to develop user-friendly, clear and intuitive work with a focus on ecology and sustainability.
+47 904 06 106
Architect, MNAL | Partner
Head of Urbanism and Planning
Magnus Jørgensen holds a M.Arch from NTNU Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art, with post graduate studies from the Berlage Institute. He combines knowledge from academic research and practical urban planning and manages projects in all parts of the planning field, from feasibility studies to regulation processes. Jørgensen has been leading master studios at the NTNU Department of Urban Design and Planning and lectures both in Norway and abroad. Former vice president of the National Association of Norwegian Architects (NAL).
+47 957 07 231
Christine Dixon Gundersen
Christine Dixon Gundersen has her education from the Mackintosh School of Architecture and Oslo School of Architecture and Design. With her extensive experience from concept development to 3D modelling and detailing, she represents an important asset to Rodeo. Her knowledge from working closely with engineers on complex programs such as schools and culture buildings, adds valuable experience to Rodeo's architecture team. Gundersen is an architect with a smile.
+47 944 38 144