Designed the Sydney Opera House in Australia, that was named a global Heritage Site on June 28, 2007; he was also known for Bagsværd Chapel in Copenhagen, the Kingo Homes around Helsingør, as well as the Country wide Set up Building in Kuwait. He started going to the Royal Danish Academy of Good Arts in 1937; he was students of the famous Kay Fisker and Steen Eiler Rasmussen. He started doing work for Gunnar Asplund after he graduated in 1942, where he collaborated with Poul Henningsen and Arne Jacobsen. He was just the next person to get one of is own buildings declared a global History Site while he was still alive. His dad was a naval architect who elevated him in Aalborg, Denmark. He called his summer home in the angling town of Portopetro Can Lis after his wife. He was influenced by the task of architect Frank Lloyd Wright.