Kent Martinussen, Architect, CEO of the DAC (Danish Architecture Centre) Copenhagen, Denmark.
Kent was educated at international architecture schools and universities, including the Beaux Arts School in Paris and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art in Copenhagen from where he holds an MA in Architecture.As a CEO he is connected to The Wharton Executive Business Program. Kent heads The Danish Architecture Centre, the national center for architecture and urban planning in Denmark, which is organized as a public-private partnership between the Danish government and the private philanthropic fund Realdania.
The DAC is a non-profit project organization that delivers public service, B2B development and international promotion within the field of architecture and urban planning. Kent serves as a member of a number of national and international committees, juries and boards, including the international jury panel of the Architecture Biennale in Venice, the steering committee of the Mies Van der Rohe Award and competition juries. Kent is an advisor to governments, municipalities and corporations on policy making, strategic development and city governance.