Tine Hegli is a professor of architecture teaching sustainable building practice at The Oslo School of Architecture, department for Technology and practice. Through her background as lead architect at Snøhetta, Tine has been involved several renowned cultural projects both nationally and internationally.
Since 2010 her engagement has been in design development and realization of research pilot projects with high environmental ambitions that has influenced standards and increased focus on interdisciplinary design development. Amongst these are the Norwegian Powerhouse projects done in collaboration with the Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings (ZEB) at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), and Harvard HouseZero executed in collaboration with Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities. The collaborative work and research format of these projects have resulted in publications as well as broad media attention.
Tine Hegli has held positions as board member in the ZEB center, the faculty of Architecture and Design at NTNU and in Snøhetta. She is currently a member of UIA Nordic Architectural Board, World Congress of Architects UIA 2023 Copenhagen. Tine is a frequently invited speaker at both national and international conventions.