Erik Fenstad Langdalen is a practicing architect, a professor of architecture, and the
head of the Institute of Form, Theory and History at the Oslo School of Architecture
and Design (AHO). He is in charge of the AHO preservation program and teaches
experimental preservation master studios with a focus on post-war architecture
involving urban transformation, concrete structures, systems, and political spaces. His
practice focuses on restoration and transformation of historic wood buildings and
industrial heritage sites. He is involved with several projects for the National Tourist
Routes in Norway, and has since 1999 worked extensively on exhibitions, museums,
and private houses. He is the owner of a listed farm (Budsjord) managed as a cultural
and educational centre. He is the co-editor of the book "Experimental Preservation"
recently published by Lars Müller Publishers, and the forthcoming book "Concrete
Oslo: a guide to concrete architecture in Oslo" on Torpedo Forlag.