Håvard Breivik-Khan is an architect (MNAL), researcher, and educator with a decade of experience from crisis response, humanitarian relief, and development efforts. Håvard has been deployed to United Nations agencies in Haiti, Nepal, North Macedonia, Hungary, and the UN HQ in New York through the Norwegian Refugee Council’s emergency standby roster, NORCAP (2010-2020). Håvard is currently responsible for the master’s course In Transit Studio at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) and as of fall 2019, a PhD fellow at AHO’s Institute of Urbanism and Landscape. He holds a master’s degree in Architecture from the same institute, with residencies in Paris (ENSAPLV) and Shanghai and Chongqing, China.
DWELL: Displacement, Placemaking and Wellbeing in the City|Spatial Mediation: Place‐based approaches to the dynamics of forced migration in arrival cities