We're two friends sharing an apartment in Nørrebro, Copenhagen, Denmark. We're doing this as a spare time project.

We are:

Søren Schaumburg

I'm a master student in Urban Design derived from studies in landscape architecture and city planning as an undergrad. I have a special interest in the mix of design and ecology that affects the public realm as well as peoples mindset. The DIY and Open Source spirit inspires me, and I hope to do the same and contribute with this project. Furthermore I, as an avid biker, can attest, cycling isn't just a form of transportation.

I just spent a half year in San Francisco as an apprentice at Rebar Art & Design Studio, working on a wide range of different project from exhibitions to reachable and highly visionary bike infrastructure with Gary Fisher. Currently I'm working at the Danish City Plan Laboratory (Dansk Byplan Laboratorium) as a part time student employee lay-outing their news magazine.
Some urbanism studies from the university - here.
A San Francisco blog - Urban Interim.
Flickr page - here.

Photo: Mikkel Munch Mortensen

Andreas Hammershøj

I'm an architecture school dropout, with a keen interest in all things involving bicycles, especially physical and social infrastructure in city planning and urban design. I plan to apply for a Master in Sustainable Urban Design at Lund University.

I once worked as an intern at Gehl Architects, but now I divide my time between the Danish Architecture Center where I work as a guide, and the Danish Cyclist's Federation. At the Federation I work as an OpenStreetMap Community Manager, working to improve the map used in our route planner Cyclistic.dk.
I also occasionally blog at Copenhagenize.com and CopenhagenCycleChic.com.