Cecilie Andersson


Cecilie Andersson (Bergen, NO) received her Master in Architecture from Bergen School of Architecture, with exchange to Århus. She has worked as an architect at HLM Arkitektur in Bergen and at Helen & Hard in Stavanger, on various projects related to building, transformation and planning. In 2012 she defended her PhD in urban planning at NTNU on Migrant Positioning in transforming urban ambiences, exploring the situation in urban villages and the city of Guangzhou, China. She has taught master courses and workshops at BAS, NTNU and several schools in China (SCUT, GAFA, XAUAT, Tongji). She is currently rector at Bergen School of Architecture.

Cecilie Andersson trained as an architect, and is currently Rector of Bergen School of Architecture. She received her doctorate from Norwegian University of Science and Technology on the topic of migrant positioning in the cities with emphasize on urban villages in China.


Cecilie Andersson er rektor ved Bergen Arkitekthøyskole. Hun er utdannet arkitekt og har arbeidet innen undervisning samt ved HLM Arkitektur og Helen & Hard med diverse prosjekter innen nybygg og transformasjon. I 2012 disputerte hun ved NTNU med avhandlingen Migrant Positioning in Transforming Urban Ambience, der hun så på urbane landsbyer og migranters forhold til sted, i Kina.