Camilla van Deurs is the Chief City Architect for the City of Copenhagen since February 2019, working to shape a more livable capital in one of the world’s most sustainable cities. Among other green initiatives she chairs Copenhagen´s involvement in CirCuit, a collaborative EU project involving partners from the entire built environment value chain. The project reaches across four cities: Copenhagen, Hamburg, the Helsinki region (City of Vantaa) and Greater London.
Camilla chairs the Advisory Board at The Royal Danish Academy, School of Architecture. Before joining the City of Copenhagen Camilla was a partner at Gehl Architects, a board member of the Danish Architects Association and an external professor at The University of Copenhagen. Camilla holds a PhD in Urban Design from The Royal Danish Academy.