Andreas Lykke-Olesen

KOLLISION: Andreas Lykke-Olesen
Partner, architect MAA, Ph.D.
TEL: +4526238613

Andreas is co-founder and partner. He is an architect migrated from traditional physical design towards interaction design both within research, teaching and business.
Andreas has conducted research within the field of pervasive computing exploring the merge of physical and digital space focusing on domains such as schools, libraries and museums. He did his PhD at the interdisciplinary Center for Interactive Spaces titled Space as Interface. The project explores potentials of utilizing physical space as the interface between users and the increasing technology embedded into our surroundings. After his PhD Andreas was employed as assistant professor at the Aarhus School of Architecture where he has been teaching and researching at the Department for Design untill 2008 where he left the school to work full time at Kollision.
Andreas has been teaching within the fields of design methodologies, social computing, aesthetic interaction, interactive spaces, virtual set design, modelling and animation at universities and design schools such as Center for Advanced Visualization and Interaction, Department of Computer Science and Department of Information and Media Studies at AU, Department of Architecture and Design at AAU as well as the Aarhus School of Architecture.
At Kollision he is developing and designing projects that bridge physical and digital attributes to form engaging interactive experiences for a wide range of both public and private clients such as Saxo Bank, The Danish National It and Telecom Agency and Audi. He is skilled within interaction design, process design, concept development, prototyping, programming, drawing and sketching. Andreas is a board member of the Danish Architects’ Association since 2009 and has been a member of The Danish Art Community (Kunstnersamfundet) since 2006.