Christina Godiksen is the Head of School for the School of Architecture.
Teaching and supervision
- Cultural and sustainable architecture
- Particular experience in neighbourhood development and housing architectural design
Current areas of supervision and teaching
- Design studio
- Design technology
- Cities culture and society
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.
Diversity and architectural design teaching methodologies.
- 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).