Sangberg hires experienced landscape architect as new project manager

With the hiring of Mette Hoffmann Bertelsen as project manager, Sangberg strengthens their focus on urban development and landscape architecture.

Mette Hoffmann Bertelsen has joined the Sangberg team, where she will be further developing the studio’s strategies within urban development as well as development and design of urban spaces and landscape projects.

Mette Hoffmann Bertelsen has a master’s in landcape architecture (cand.hort.arch.) from the University of Copenhagen (1994) and comes from a position as project manager at Rubow Architects. Formerly, she has been employed at a number of the leading architecture offices in Denmark, including Vandkunsten, C. F. Møller and LIW Planning. Mette Hoffmann Bertelsen has over 20 years of experience within sketching, concept development, project and design management, landscape architecture, construction management and technical oversight.

Sustainability and green urban life

“To me Sangberg appears as a studio with a wide approach to sustainability, which implements climate friendly initiatives as a natural component in all of their projects. I look forward to being part of a team, where energy friendly and social sustainability goes hand in hand with urban development, and where urban quality and a green urban life form a significant influence on the urbanism of the future,” says Mette Hoffmann Bertelsen, who looks forward to be working with sustainable urban development and landscape architecture in a Sangberg context.