Jan Olav Jensen and Per Christian Brynildsen are Norwegian architects who attended the Oslo School of Architecture and graduated in 1985 and 1986, respectively. In March 1983, Messrs. Jensen and Brynildsen travelled to India, where they were asked by two Norwegian missionaries to prepare a design for the Lepers Hospital in Chopda. In 1995, Mr. Jensen established his own architectural firm, Jensen & Skodvin Arkitektkontor. He has been a visiting critic at several schools including Trondheim University in Norway, and in 1998 was the Kenzo Tange Visiting Design Critic at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Mr. Brynildsen has taught at the Oslo School of Architecture and the Bergen School of Architecture in Norway and has lectured both in Norway and Sweden. He presently concentrates on residential projects in Norway.