Sebastian and Karl-Johan met at the Royal Danish Academy - School of Architecture. A match without comparison. Since that crucial meeting, things have accelerated.
After graduating, Sebastian and Karl-Johan attended the International Space University in Delft. At the same time, they won an international architecture competition for a Mars habitat and founded SAGA Space Architects - their design studio focused on space architecture.
Since its birth, SAGA has, amongst other things, won two architectural competitions for space habitat design, designed and constructed a Mars Analogue habitat in the desert of Israel, as well as the largest Mars gravity simulator. The latter will be presented in Washington DC at the International Astronautical Congress, in October.
Has always been fascinated by the stories of exploration, and its characters. He has a flair for bringing poetic qualities into SAGA's projects, communicating them with a strong aesthetic. Sebastian has an entrepreneurial soul. During his architectural studies, Sebastian founded the non-profit
Student Talks. It has since then grown to all continents of the world and organized over 130 talks around the world.
First discovered his love for space and technology at United World College in Singapore. He is a long time 3D-printing enthusiast and established KADK 3D print lab. He has since then worked with robotic 3D-printing, algorithmic design, and digital fabrication.