Inger-Lise Syversen is an architect who through comprehensive international and teaching experience has gained considerable pedagogical skills within sustainable architectural conservation. Her experiences as a lecturer and networker in East Africa (1991– ) have entailed a focus on capacity building, institutional cooperation and architectural heritage conservation. Syversen delivered her PhD thesis with focus on architectural heritage in East Africa (2007). She also has thorough experience from working at the highest political level in the Nordic Council of Ministers with main responsibility for the development of Nordic international cooperation within higher education and research. Syversen is a professor at Chalmers University of Technology – Chalmers Architecture at the Department of Sustainable Development and Design – with responsibility for Architectural Conservation and Transformation in the Master studios. Since 1995 she has had the responsibility for designing Master courses in the Nordic, as well as the East African context. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Design Innovation for the Built Environment: Research by design and the renovation of practice
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