Ms Christina Godiksen

AA Dipl, MAA Danish Arkitekt

Head of School

School of Architecture

Christina Godiksen


Christina Godiksen is the Head of School for the School of Architecture.

Teaching and supervision

Teaching interests

  • Cultural and sustainable architecture
  • Particular experience in neighbourhood development and housing architectural design

Current areas of supervision and teaching

  • Design studio
  • Dissertation
  • Design technology
  • Cities culture and society


Architectural research

Christina is leading a design collaboration (residency) exploring the architectural potential of marble spoil and redundant marble landscapes. The work is collaborating across disciplines & schools. The work aims to develop culturally relevant & sustainable practices around natural material use in architecture with the objective.

An example of innovative work building with marble spoil can be viewed here: Marble Pavilion: Construction Completed.

Christina is also researching the impact of the Urban Design Review Panel organised monthly by AIA:LA & LA City Hall and how the panels contribute to neighbourhood development.

Educational research

Diversity and architectural design teaching methodologies.



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Further details

  • Urban RIBA RIBA validation - current panel member                                                                           
  • RIBA Education Committee - committee member 2017-2021
  • AIA:LA & LA City Hall, Urban design Review: panel member 2014-2017 
  • Christina has worked as the project architect on several significant projects of which The Armed Forces Memorial is perhaps the most noticeable as well as the Worthing Seafront Regeneration: Splash Point.
  • Christina trained at the Architectural Association and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and is a registered Danish architect (MAA).