Anne Romme (DK) is an architect.
After studying mathematics, art history and architecture in Denmark, Anne moved to New York where she was living and working for eight years. Returning to Copenhagen, she has started collaboration with the artist group N55.
Based on the fact that our build environment influences the way humans relate to each other, they are currently collaborating on developing alternative building methods using geometry and light weight construction, aiming at building non-hierarchical and non-figurative spaces.
Anne holds 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. Work experience includes DillerScofidio+Renfro, PeiCobbFreed&Partners, Agrest & Gandelsonas Architects, Francois DeMenil Architect, and SRL Arkitekter.
Anne has a strong interest in education, and is currently teaching at the School of Architecture at the Royal Academy in Copenhagen as well as at the Aarhus School of Architecture. Earlier teaching experiences include a position as Assistant Adjunct Professor at the Cooper Union, NY, and Teaching Assistant at Princeton University School of Architecture.
Working on the book Architects Draw (Princeton Architectural Press) she was assistant to the author, Professor Sue Fergusson Gussow. In the fall of 2005 she was curating an exhibition of the work of Architect Svein Tønsager at the Cooper Union, and has been an editor for Pidgin Magazine.
Anne Romme leads the World in a Shell Workshop on April 2, 2010 with Ion Sørvin, both from N55.