Thomas Juel Clemmensen
Professor of Landscape Architecture
Thomas Juel Clemmensen is professor of landscape architecture. Thomas is trained as an architect from the Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark, where he also got his PhD. Thomas is a member of the Association of Danish Landscape Architects and has worked with landscape architecture and urban planning for more than twenty years.
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Thomas's primary research interest includes questions related to the transformation of cultural landscapes, particularly the entanglement of cultural- and natural heritage and how landscape architecture can help mediate in landscape transformation. Additional research interests are geology and ecology in landscape architecture, the relationship between infrastructure and landscape, urban-rural dynamics and new public domains in urban landscapes.
Earlier publications can be found here: Danish National Research Database
Thomas teaches landscape transformation on master level and supervises PhD-students.