Husum&Lindholm Architects was established by Sine Lindholm (Architect MAA) and Mads-Ulrik Husum (Architect MAA).
In 2016 they exhibited at the CHART Art Fair in Copenhagen with the winning proposal Growroom. In 2017 they released the Open Source edition of the Growroom in collaboration with Space10. The drawings of the Growroom were released in at the same time as Sustainia Award Show was held at the Royal Opera in Copenhagen 2017, where the pavilion was exhibited. They also exhibited at Milano Design Week at IKEA Festival 2017.
Husum&Lindholm develop ideas from the ideology of sharing culture and thereby working with the concept of open-source design. They want to create Architecture that is available, accessible and understandable for everyone.
On the basis of a spatial experimentation with the concept of fabrication possibilities, they strive towards creating architecture where atmosphere and sensuousness acts as the primary design factors, to generate poetic spaces where a symbiotic relationship with vegetation arises.
Sine Lindholm is an Architect MAA from Denmark. She holds a Master of Architecture from Aarhus School of Architecture in 2014. In addition to Architecture she also studied Psychology. This shows in her projects where she is uniting the two subjects with a phenomenological approach to architecture.
In 2015 she did a funded study in Bermuda of the Architecture and unique rainwater harvesting systems.
Together with Architect Mads-Ulrik Husum she established the company Husum&Lindholm Architecture in 2016, after they exhibited in the CHART Art Fair with the pavilion Growroom. Together they are developing projects that focus on Open Source Architecture.
Next to Husum&Lindholm Sine works as an External Lecturer at DIS – study abroad school in Scandinavia, where she teaches the course Visual Journal. She is also working as an Architect at BRIQ Group in Copenhagen.
Mads-Ulrik Husum is an Architect MAA from Denmark. He holds a Master of Architecture from Aarhus School of Architecture. After his studies he did an apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker, where he further developed his skills and knowledge on construction in Architecture and Design. He works from a hands on approach and likes to examine and develop structures and assemblies that is incorporated as a part of the design aesthetic. He established the company Husum&Lindholm Architecture in 2016 together with Architect Sine Lindholm, after they exhibited the Growroom for the CHART Art Fair in 2016. Together they are developing projects that focus on Open Source Architecture. Next to he runs his own company MU Studio at a prototype and wood workshop in Copenhagen. He also works as prototype developer at Fritz Hansen A/S since 2015.