Ole Jonsson retires after 40 years

Partner at PLH Arkitekter, architect MAA Ole Jonsson, announces his retirement

Ole Jonsson got his degree from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. In 1982, he joined the then five-year-old, up-and-coming architectural firm, PLH Arkitekter. And here, he has been an integral part ever since, especially after being named partner in 1990.

As partner, Ole Jonsson became a significant driver for PLH Arkitekter’s strong showing in competitions, as he and the rest of the team were instrumental in securing wins in such eye-catching projects as the Technical University of Denmark in Ballerup, GeoCenter Møns Klint by the Baltic Sea, The New National Archive in Copenhagen and the coming central station in Latvia’s capital, Riga.

“A big thank you to all clients, business partners, consultants and colleagues. Together, we have helped lay the foundations for the future. I wish each and every one of you the best of luck on your path going forward.”