Among others, Sebastian Bildau from C.F. Møller Architects' Berlin branch is one of the employees who will soon be teaching his colleagues. Sebastian Bildau is a trained architect and specialist in solid wood, and works on several projects with wood, including for the German Ministry of the Environment in Berlin. He has teaching experience in architectural design from Duke University in North Carolina, the Technical University in Graz, Austria, and the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.
"Teaching is a very collaborative endeavor. Therefore, you learn as much as you teach others. I love the interaction between people, whether it is between students, co-workers, or clients. Coming together and working on architectural concepts in drawings, models, or virtual environments is very rewarding,“ says Sebastian Bildau, architect at C.F. Møller Architects’ Berlin branch.
For the time being, the continuing training programme is offered to employees at C.F. Møller Architects' Danish branches. The ambition is to extend the Grow concept to the branches in Sweden, Norway, Germany, and the UK, in different formats for knowledge sharing.