Alby Nature Reserve in Tyresö Sweden

We love architecture and we love to question, design, explore and furthermore to develop it

BECHT´s architecture is driven by the desire for better cities, pleasant environments, and beloved public amenities. Always led by a focus on designing architecture from an artistic standpoint.

Even in Peter Becht’s very first completed work, his aspiration for distinguished design of exceptionally high quality is evident. The transformation of the public space Østervold in Randers makes use of the topography, creating different spaces for individuality, diversity, and community spirit, all shaped in a unique contemporary expression.

Since this initial success, his design methodology has become rooted in this core value, blending landscape and architecture seamlessly from the earliest stages. This is how BECHT contributes to architecture that explores every aspect of human life, striving to develop better environments with exceptional spaces to enjoy life. This is often achieved through collaboration with some of the best architects and landscape architects in the field.

Established in 2013, BECHT ApS emerged as a joyful adventure born out of this passion for design. Today, BECHT ranges from exhibitions and visionary projects to planning, urban spaces, and landscape design, including projects in five countries and 25 major cities.

Peter Becht


BECHT ApS is member of DANSKE ARK Danish Association of Architectural Firms and DI The Confederation of Danish Industry.

Jan Peter Becht

Peter Becht was born in Lundsberg, Sweden in 1959.

After studying at the University of Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, and Landscape Architecture at the University of Uppsala, he obtained his degree in 1989 at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.

In addition to his deep respect for craft, materials, and the creation of landscape architecture, Peter’s approach has always been ‘hands-on‘. Beauty in form and shape, combined with a contemporary expression, has therefore been his ambition in bringing identity and life to spaces. Drawing on the Scandinavian tradition of architecture, Peter Becht is well-known for his commitment to the development of landscape architectural practice. He has received national and international acclaim for his work, such as the Swedish Landscape Architect Award for the World Culture Museum in Gothenburg, and the German Green Living Award for Waldbaldviertel in Cologne. From 2009 to 2019, he held the position of Associate Professor in Landscape Architecture, focusing on ‘Applied Urban Open Space Planning and Design’ at the University of Copenhagen.

Alongside his appointed role as an external examiner for The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, The Kolding School of Design, and Aarhus School of Architecture, he frequently participates in public debates and holds visiting lectures abroad.

Peter is a member of the Society of Artists at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.

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