Sinus Lynge is an architect and co-founder of architectural collaborative EFFEKT. He has vast experience in managing a large number of projects, focusing on the social and public spaces, including GAME Streetemekka in Esbjerg and Viborg, Denmark; Kildevæld Culture Center in Copenhagen; Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn; VW Autostadt in Germany; Carlsberg Plant in Copenhagen and others.

EFFEKT is an architectural collaborative based in Copenhagen, Denmark, operating in the fields of architecture, urbanism and research. The company was established in 2007 and currently employ 40 full time staff under the creative direction of the two founders Tue Foged and Sinus Lynge.

EFFEKT aims to create a lasting social, economic and environmental effect with everything that they take upon, as they always consider their projects in a local, regional and global context, creating societal value beyond brief and client.

Vejle Viewpoints
Camp Adventure
Kildevæld Community Center

All images courtesy EFFEKT Architects