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C. F. Møller Architects News

10 January 2024
Bergen ByArena and Development Plan, Bergen, western Norway
Bergen ByArena and Development Plan Norway
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Bergen ByArena and Development Plan

24 July 2023
Avicii Arena, Europe’s Largest Spherical Building, Stockholm, Sweden
Design: HOK with C.F. Moller Architects
Avicii Arena Stockholm building interior
image : HOK
Avicii Arena Stockholm building

11 Nov 2022
Fernbahnhof Hamburg-Altona Outdoor Spaces, Altona, Hamburg, Germany
Fernbahnhof Hamburg-Altona Outdoor Spaces
image : Kumulus Agency
Fernbahnhof Hamburg-Altona Outdoor Spaces Design
The outdoor areas and front plaza of the new station are an important part of the placemaking strategy of the large-scale neighbourhood transformation, and offer the chance to reconnect and strengthen urban and green areas formerly separated by infrastructure.

24 Mar 2022
VIA University College Campus, Horsens, Jutland, Denmark
VIA University College Campus Horsens Jutland
photo : Adam Mørk
VIA University College Campus
VIA University College Campus Horsens is an open and unifying shared learning and knowledge environment that is directly integrated with the city and landscape, creating connections and relationships between students, staff, business, and the citizens of the city.

10 Dec 2021
Villa Aa, Oslo Fjord, Norway
Villa Aa Oslo Fjord Norway
photo : Ivar Kvaal
Villa Aa, Oslo Fjord
Villa Aa is built as a residence for the next generation of the family on the farm and is designed to adapt to the regulations for the protected area, the nature of the site, and the use as both an office and a home. The result is, from the outside, an almost invisible villa snuggly fitted into the landscape with beautiful views towards the Oslo Fjord and defined areas for business and family life.

1 Jul 2021
Government Office Hub, Odense, Fyn, Denmark
Government Office Hub Odense
image © Studio Aesthetica
Government Office Hub Odense
The Danish Building and Property Agency has awarded the turnkey contract for the construction of a future Government Office Hub in Odense. The building’s load-bearing construction will be built in timber.
Timber buildings play a major role in minimising greenhouse gas emissions from the construction sector.

9 Jun 2021
Mascot International, Pårup, Fyn, Denmark
C.F. Møller Architects Mascot International Pårup, Denmark building
photo : Martin Schubert
Mascot International Pårup
This new headquarters and logistics centre for Mascot International, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of work wear, brings together the company’s Danish activities and acts as a distinctive landmark.

16 Sep 2020
Biomedicum at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Biomedicum at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm
photo : Mark Hadden
Biomedicum Karolinska Institute
C.F. Møller Architects wins a MIPIM Award in the category of Best Healthcare Development

18 Aug 2020
Berlin Hyp Bank HQ, Berlin, Germany
Berlin Hyp Bank HQ Germany
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Berlin Hyp Bank HQ
The new HQ is designed to support the banks sustainable vision, while at the same time contributing to the transition and urban development of the surrounding area.

4 Apr 2020
The Heart in Ikast – Civic Trust International Award Winner, Vestergade, Ikast, Jutland, Denmark
The Heart in Ikast Jutland
photo : Adam Mørk
The Heart in Ikast, Jutland wins a Civic Trust Award.

8 Jan 2020
Springfield University Hospital, Tooting, South London, England, UK
Springfield University Hospital in London
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Springfield University Hospital
Southwest London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust (SWLSTG) announce that it has secured government approval to start work on its two new state-of-the-art facilities, designed by C.F. Møller Architects.

15 Oct 2019
Randers – Our River City, Denmark
Randers Our River City
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Randers – Our River City in Denmark
This Danish competition-winning proposal is for the future development plan to bring climate adaptation measures to Randers. The intent is to bring the city to the water, developing attractive areas between the medieval town centre, Gudenåen and Randers Fjord into a unique and natural river town.

5 July 2019
Tampere Psychiatric Clinic, Finland


C.F. Møller Architects are behind the proposal for a new psychiatric clinic in Finland that is based on strong international healthcare experience and the concept of Healing Architecture also known as evidence-based architecture.

The concept of evidence-based architecture combined with C.F. Møller Architects’ Scandinavian roots, meaning a strong focus on daylight and closeness to nature, is the core of our healthcare expertise. This is now brought to a new psychiatric clinic at Tampere University Hospital, a building to support patients’ healing process and the staff’s work environment – a beneficial environment for the good of all.

Tampere Psychiatric Clinic Building

“We are very happy that Tampere University Hospital wants to bring our international healthcare experience to Finland with the ambition of designing a clinic focusing on wellbeing for both staff and patients. We will combine our experience from countries such as Germany, Denmark, Great Britain, Sweden and Norway with inspiration from Finnish heritage to design a modern and well-functioning clinic for the Tampere University Hospital, says Mårten Leringe, Partner and Architect at C.F. Møller Architects who is collaboration with Finnish Aihio Arkkitehdit Oy on this project.

The new clinic in Tampere
The psychiatric clinic comprises a self-contained extension to Tampere University Hospital, located on the outer edge of the hospital area and adjacent to a surrounding nature/outdoor area. The link with the hospital’s infrastructure creates organisational and structural advantages, whilst the secluded location gives the building its own identity and privacy. The latter features, the contact with nature and the possibility of outdoor environments are a great advantage in psychiatric care.

Supporting the healing process
The facility features a flexible structural concept that supports patients’ healing process and the staff’s work environment. The structure creates a number of differing environments, featuring private, social and public spaces – both indoor and outdoor – to meet psychiatric patients’ need, willingness and ability to be part of everyday life and adapt to life in the outside world.

Together, three U-shaped care buildings facing the surrounding natural environment and an administration and activities building arranged in a ring form an enclosed shared courtyard. Activities, visits and socialising centre on and utilise the inner courtyard’s safe and secluded environment.

The care buildings are organised in such a way that departments are in pairs, with a shared core for staff and functional purposes, creating optimum flexibility and efficiency whilst providing a good overview and security within the department. The circular structure and the vertical nodes within the volume of each building ensure short distances and good communication throughout the facility.

Finnish inspiration
The building is inspired by the existing clinic in Pitkäniemi that features natural garden like environment and Tampere’s industrial heritage that features bricks and wood and the surrounding nature. Both are considered supportive for the healing process. The combination of these elements creates a modern, locally rooted ambiance with a focus on both patients and staff – a healing environment for the good of all.

The clinic provides 180 beds for various psychiatrical healthcare units such as: emergency unit, psychosis unit, crisis unit, outpatient clinic, somatopsychiatric unit, neuropsychiatry unit, mood disorder unit, neuromodulation unit, substance abuse unit and psychosis + forensic psychiatry unit. The size of the project is 20.000 m² and C.F. Møller Architects design it in collaboration with Finnish Aihio Arkkitehdit Oy.

Next step in the process is to win planning approval from the Ministry of Health in Finland. This is expected to happen during the summer 2019.

C.F. Møller Architects Partners 2019
photo courtesy of architects

Recognised for healthcare
C.F. Møller Architects are recognised worldwide for their expertise in healthcare. C.F. Møller is behind Akershus University Hospital in Oslo, the Emergency and Infectious Diseases Unit at Skåne University Hospital in Malmö and Aarhus University Hospital, which are among the most recently completed projects. C.F. Møller Architects is currently working on health buildings in Germany, England and Denmark. The hallmark of all its projects is an evidence-based approach that is also known as Healing Architecture.

C.F. Møller Architects in Finland
C.F. Møller Architetcs are currently working with another interesting project in Finland. It is a masterplan that creates the world`s first 100% walk-friendly connection between an international airport, nature and urban city functions. The location is Aviapolis, a large urban district flanking the Helsinki International Airport (Airport City Aviapolis) and a part of the municipality and the City of Vantaa. The vision of the masterplan is to merge the existing elements of nature, city and airport into one single urban organism and to create attractive synergies between the unique mix of the user groups: visitors, residents, students, working people and artists.

28 June 2019
C.F. Møller Architects Office in Berlin News
On 1 July, C.F. Møller Architects will open the doors to a new office in central Berlin. This is a consequence of an increasing influx of assignments following recent years’ focused efforts directed at the German market:
C.F. Møller Architects Office in Berlin News

2 Apr 2019
Biomedicum at the Karolinska Institute Building, Stockholm, Sweden
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Biomedicum at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm
photo : Mark Hadden
Biomedicum at the Karolinska Institute
The new laboratory building, Biomedicum, is to be the powerhouse for research at this leading medical university, known amongst other things for selecting the recipients of the Nobel Prize in medicine and physiology.

21 Mar 2019
Svendborg International Maritime Academy, Fyn (Funen), Denmark
Architects: C.F. Møller and EFFEKT
Svendborg International Maritime Academy on Fyn
image courtesy of architects
Svendborg International Maritime Academy Fyn
A new masterplan for Svendborg harbour connects the city and the harbour with a vibrant environment of business, recreation, climate resilience and the new SIMAC, a beacon for future educational institutions.

2 Mar 2019
High-rise Building in Västerås, Sweden
Sweden's Tallest Timber building, high-rise in Västerås
photo © Nikolaj Jakobsen
Västerås High-rise Building

21 Jan 2019
New Partner and CEO at C.F. Møller Architects

C.F. Møller’s current COO, lawyer Lone Bendorff, joins the partnership and is also appointed new CEO at C.F. Møller Architects.

For the past five years, the present CEO, architect and partner Klaus Toustrup, has served as CEO concurrently with the development of major projects. During this period, there was a need to focus on C.F. Møller’s business development and the professionalisation of the entire organisation. Klaus Toustrup now feels that the time has come to pass on the baton and focus more on developing architecture through customer relations and the acquisition of new projects.

Lone Bendorff:
Lone Bendorff as partner and CEO at C.F. Møller Architects
photography : Mew

“It’s with great pleasure that we now present Lone Bendorff as partner and CEO at C.F. Møller Architects. With Lone we benefit from an international vision and management experience that is not so common in the world of architecture. In view of Lone’s strong and pleasant personality and her understanding of the architectural profession and the construction industry, it’s a natural step and a great pleasure to make this appointment,” says Chairman of the Board Klavs Hyttel.

Klaus Toustrup continues on C.F. Møller’s Executive Board after passing the role of CEO over to Lone Bendorff.

“It is with pleasure and confidence that I pass on the baton to Lone. She has long been a significant part of our management team and now has full focus on the further development of C.F. Møller’s position and potential. Lone’s international experience from her time at Vestas, and her flair for decoding and accentuating C.F. Møller’s unique culture and values, make her a strong managerial and forward-looking focal point for the entire C.F. Møller Group in the future,” says Klaus Toustrup.

Lone Bendorff came to C.F. Møller Architects in 2015 from a position as Senior Vice President of Legal & Risk Management at Vestas and joined the Executive Board in August 2017 as COO, and she expresses great joy and humility at her appointment as CEO.

“I’m looking forward to the new role, and even though I feel awe and respect, I also consider myself to be well-prepared for the task. I have felt at home at C.F. Møller from the very first day, and the key principles of credibility, accountability and strong professionalism provide a strong base and important cohesion. I’ve also appreciated getting to know both the construction industry and the people in it during the past three years.

Architects are part of a wide range of formal and informal partnerships to achieve both small and large projects. Both human relations and an understanding of the interests and economic conditions of all parties must be considered, and I think I have a very good understanding of this specific interaction, which we share with the rest of the construction industry,” says Lone Bendorff.

Lone Bendorff took her law degrees from Aarhus University and Kings College, London. Before C.F. Møller Architects and Vestas, she was an attorney at Gorrissen Federspiel from 1998 to 2005.

The Executive Board now comprises CEO Lone Bendorff, Chairman of the Board Klavs Hyttel, CFO Birgit Møller and Partner Klaus Toustrup.

The group of partners consists of the architects Klaus Toustrup, Klavs Hyttel, Michael Kruse, Julian Weyer, Mads Mandrup Hansen, Lone Wiggers, Mårten Leringe and Christian Dahle, and lawyer Lone Bendorff

There are seven associate partners, who are the architects Jonas Toft Lehmann, Rune Bjerno Nielsen, Lasse Vilstrup Palm, Ola Jonsson, Rolf Nielsen, Thue Borgen Hasløv and Franz C.A. Ødum.

8 Jan 2019
The New City, Oostende, Belgium
Architects: C.F. Møller Architects and BRUT
The New City in Oostende
image Courtesy architecture office
The New City, Oostende
Revitalisation of old social housing neighbourhood in Belgium by innovative and sustainable architecture.

17 Dec 2018
Haraldsplass Hospital Building, Bergen, western Norway
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
Haraldsplass Hospital Building in Bergen
photo : Jørgen True
Haraldsplass Hospital Building
The wards are located around two large covered atria, which provide the setting for two different kinds of common areas: a public arrivals area with a reception, café, shop and seating area, and a more private space for patients and their guests only.

4 Dec 2018
Carlsberg Central Office, Valby, Copenhagen, Denmark
Carlsberg Central Office in Valby
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Carlsberg Central Office in Valby
The building is located in the northwest corner of Carlsberg Byen, where one of the three wings of the building forms a bridge over one of the quarter’s main access routes, J. C. Jacobsens Gade, while the other two wings embrace Carl Jacobsen’s historic garden and villa.

3 Oct 2018
The Heart in Ikast, Jutland, Denmark
The Heart in Ikast Jutland
photograph : Adam Mørk
The Heart in Ikast
C.F. Møller Architects is behind a major project next to the International School Ikast-Brande with a much-awaited expansion with several halls, multi-functional and educa-tional facilities. The project makes the educational facilities at the school even better, and at the same time creates a new meeting point centred on an area of fast growth in Ikast.

5 Jul 2018
New Train Station Development in Altona, Hamburg, Germany
New Train Station Development in Altona, Hamburg
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New Train Station Development in Altona
C.F. Møller Architects have won an international competition for a new train station development in Altona, Hamburg. The proposal looks to act as a visionary landmark and an urban catalyst, both for the northern district of Altona’s development and the wider city of Hamburg.

21 Jun 2018
Mindet 6, Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark
Design: C. F. Møller Architects
Mindet 6 at Århus Harbour Jutland
image © Aestethica Studio
Mindet 6 Aarhus
At Mindet 6, close to the Port of Aarhus, a bright, sculptural tower and landmark will combine city life and cultural history with attractive new cultural and business facilities, together with public restaurants.

18 Apr 2018
Banegraven Urban Development, Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark
Banegraven in Aarhus
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Banegraven Aarhus
In cooperation with the City of Aarhus, DSB, MT Højgaard and C.F. Møller Architects are preparing to realise the vision of a new Railway Quarter. This is a new, car-free urban quarter in Aarhus, which will develop the area and connect the surrounding neighbourhoods by covering the railway site from Bruuns Bro to Frederiks Bro.

17 Apr 2018
Globe Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
Globen in Stockholm
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Globen Stockholm
This iconic Stockholm building requires renovating and modernising in order to meet both current and future needs. Renovations include replacing worn out technical installations, surface finishes, general lighting, telescopic stands and stand chairs.

28 Feb 2018
The Icelandic bank, Landsbankinn, Reykjavik, Iceland
Design: C.F. Møller Architects and Arkthing
The Icelandic Bank Landsbankinn in Reykjavik
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The Icelandic bank, Landsbankinn
The raw Icelandic nature, the basic language of the volcanic basalt stone, the horizontal layers of the rock, and the atmosphere of the caves and clefts have been a source of inspiration in the design of the project. This clear approach to both materiality and spatial experience runs from the building’s façade and external landscape through to its interior spaces.

28 Feb 2018
Tolworth Mental Health Hospital, South London, England, UK
Tolworth Mental Health Hospital in London
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Tolworth Mental Health Hospital Building
The new hospital will be delivered in phases and when fully built will include older adult, adult, adolescent and specialist wards such as Working Age Adult, Older Persons Acute, OCD/BDD wards along with Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Services. In addition to new inpatient wards, the site includes outpatient services, teaching/seminar facilities along with a variety of support services.

6 Feb 2018
Resource centre for adults with learning disabilities, Lambeth, South London, England, UK
In collaboration with Lambeth Council, C.F. Møller Architects is now one step further to building a new resource centre for adults with learning disabilities at Coburg Crescent in Lambeth, South London.
Resource centre for adults with learning disabilities in Lambeth

17 Jan 2018
The Maersk Tower, Nørre Campus, Blegdamsvej, Copenhagen, Denmark
The Maersk Tower
photo : Adam Mørk
The Maersk Tower in Copenhagen

8 Jan 2018
New Islands Brygge School, København S, Danmark
New Islands Brygge School
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New Islands Brygge School
The New Islands Brygge School is taking shape between Islands Brygge’s vibrant city life and Amager Commons’ green countryside – a new school building for lower-secondary pupils, and with special focus on food and movement. The school building will accommodate a total of 784 pupils up to school-leaving age, as well as the school’s staff and a sports hall. The building will cover around 10,000 square metres, with outdoor areas of 4,000 square metres.

5 Jan 2018
Storkeengen (Stork Meadow), Vorup, Randers, Denmark
Storkeengen Randers, Stork Meadow building design
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Storkeengen Randers, Stork Meadow
The climate adaption project in Vorup near Randers resolves the city’s current and future climate challenges by converting the adjacent nature area, Storkeengen (Stork Meadow), into a public nature park. With the integration of climate resilience strategies, the nature park also brings the unique natural delta along the Gudenå (the longest river in Denmark) closer to the centre of Randers, and to its residents.

16 Oct 2017
Odense Music and Theatre Hall, Odense, Fyn, Denmark
Odense Music and Theatre Hall
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Odense Music and Theatre Hall Building in Denmark
The new music and theatre hall is created to be a cultural power centre with four stages and the Carl Nielsen Academy of Music under one roof.

13 Sep 2017
Campus Horsens VIA University College, Jutland, Denmark
VIA University College, Campus Horsens building
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VIA University College Campus Horsens
VIA University College, Campus Horsens will unify a variety of education programs in a vibrant and active educational setting deeply rooted in the city.

24 Jul 2017
Villa Rypen, Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark
Villa Rypen
photograph : Julian Weyer
Villa in Aarhus
Villa Rypen is a single-storey detached house situated on the edge of a forest in Aarhus. Inspired by the unique site, the forest is invited in, and the house extends its terraces to reach out to the forest’s tall trees, and also to the garden.

28 Jun 2017
Blackwall Reach, Tower Hamlets, East London, England, UK
Swan Housing Association is delighted to announce C.F. Møller’s appointment as architects for Phase 3 of Blackwall Reach Regeneration Project.
Blackwall Reach
Court Yard View CGI
Blackwall Reach Regeneration
Swan Housing Association, which is delivering the £300m regeneration of Robin Hood Gardens, in Tower Hamlets in partnership with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and the Mayor of London, announce the appointment of C.F. Møller as the architects for Phase 3 of the regeneration, known as Blackwall Reach.

12 Jun 2017
Geysir Tower, Kista, Stockholm, Sweden
Geysir Tower
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Geysir Tower Building in Kista by C. F. Møller

Geysir is a new and modern residential tower in Kista, north of Stockholm, which, with its central location, simultaneous will serve as the City’s new meeting place.

18 Apr 2017
High-rise building in Västerås by C. F. Møller Architects

The winning C.F. Møller and C.F. Møller Landscape Project is a 22-storey high-rise building including a panoramic garden on the 15th Floor.

High-rise Building in Västerås

The 22-storey high-rise building marks a new significant silhouette in Västerås skyline and a characteristic landmark for the entire district of Lilludden. The three-dimensional facades and a green panoramic garden on the 15th floor overlooking the city and Lake Mälaren characterize the architecture. C.F. Møller’s design also proposes that the structure is carried out as a hybrid of solid wood and concrete.

High-rise Building in Västerås by C. F. Møller Architects

4 Apr 2017
University Hospital RWTH Aachen Extension
Design: HENN + C.F. Møller Architects
University Hospital RWTH Aachen Extension
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University Hospital RWTH Aachen Extension
The hospital complex of RWTH Aachen will be expanded with a new building, containing a central surgery area, including intensive care units and a new public entrance hall.

7 Mar 2017
Denmark’s largest and most sustainable international school

Today, a new chapter begins for Copenhagen International School when the new school building in Copenhagen’s Nordhavn quarter is officially inaugurated. The new school building, which is built exclusively from sustainable elements, will play a vital role in preparing its students for a global future with focus on sustainability.

Copenhagen International School building
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Copenhagen International School Building design by C. F. Møller

7 Mar 2017
Emergency Centre at Aarhus University Hospital, Jutland, Denmark

On 27 February, Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of the Emergency Centre at Aarhus University Hospital, with over 150,000 m² of new construction. This is a construction project for Denmark’s first super-hospital – designed by C.F. Møller, Cubo Architects and Schønherr.

Akutcentret indviet paa Det Nye Universitetshospital i Aarhus:
Emergency Centre at Aarhus University Hospital
photograph from architects

8 Feb 2017
Laindon Shopping Centre, Basildon, Essex, UK
Design: Pollard Thomas Edwards and CF Møller
Laindon Shopping Centre
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Laindon Shopping Centre
With an existing High Road in name alone, the new plans will provide a much needed visually and physically accessible heart for Laindon and beyond.

2 Nov 2016
Värtaterminalen Ferry Terminal, Stockholm, Sweden
Värtaterminalen Ferry Terminal building design
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Värtaterminalen Ferry Terminal Building
Inauguration in Stockholm for the Värtaterminalen ferry terminal designed by C.F. Møller. More than just a ferry terminal, the innovative facility combines infrastructure with urban park, providing a new recreational space for the people of Stockholm.
Värtaterminalen Ferry Terminal Stockholm
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8 Jul 2016
LEGO Office Complex, Billund, Jutland, Denmark
LEGO Office Complex Billund
picture from architects
A building design based “on the LEGO Group’s values and innovative culture”, to serve as both workspace and play space for employees. It brings together bright, flexible office spaces around a spectacular atrium with familiar LEGO-features and colors, while the ground floor is a coherent LEGO People House with spaces for social and physical activities surrounded by a new public park.
LEGO Office Complex in Billund

4 Apr 2016
Nordhavn Islands Copenhagen, Denmark
Nordhavn Islands Project
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Nordhavn Islands Project Copenhagen
C.F. Møller Landscape’s Nordhavn Islands project has won the international competition for an innovative learning, activity and water landscape in the harbour basin in front of the new Copenhagen International School in Nordhavn, Copenhagen.

6 Jan 2016
Villa U, Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark
Villa U
photograph : Julian Weyer
Aarhus House by C.F. Møller
This is a two-storey single family home near Aarhus located in beautiful surroundings with scenic views.

Landscape Institute Award 2013

9 Dec 2013 – C.F. Møller’s extension of the National Maritime Museum in London has been awarded by the British Landscape Institute, the Royal Chartered institute for landscape architects in Britain. The extension was awarded in the category Design for a Small-scale Public Development.

National Maritime Museum by C.F. Møller
photograph © National Maritime Museum
National Maritime Museum

The extension of the National Maritime Museum in London, inaugurated in July 2011 by HRH Prince Philip, creates a new main entrance towards Greenwich Park. Most of the new building is located underground. The roof of the new wing is a green, public landscaped terrace overlooking the Park, accessed at all levels by gentle ramps, causing the building to blend with the park landscape.

Churchman Landscape Architects designed the landscape, developing the concept in close cooperation with C.F. Møller during the design of the new wing.

The judges commented:
“The design solution was elegant, subtly linking the building, the route and the landscape to include a series of opportunities to rest and play, such as a delightful water feature.”

The extension of the museum, which is part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, has received several commendations and was given a 2012 RIBA Award.

31 Oct 2013
International School Ikast-Brande, Jutland, Denmark
Design: C.F. Møller Architects
International School Ikast-Brande
photograph : Martin Schubert
The new school is located as an addition to an existing educational complex. The sur-rounding park-like landscape is partially designed as shady woodlands, with embedded playgrounds and playing fields, and a smaller screened area for the kindergarten.

9 Oct 2013
Gas Compressor Plant Egtved, Jutland, Denmark
Danish Gas Compressor Plant in Egtved
photo : Julian Weyer
C.F. Møller has designed the plant, consisting of four compressor units and service buildings, as an architectural feature in the open landscape. The new technical plant, supplying the central intersection of the gas pipelines connection north-south from Germany and east-west to Sweden, has a landscape-like expression emerging from the landscape as a grassy embankment..

20 Sep 2013
Energinet Switchgear Stations, Denmark
Danish Switchgear Station Building
photo : Anne-Mette Hansen
C. F. Møller has created a new design concept for switchgear stations for the Danish energy infrastructure operator Energinet.dk. The first 400 kW station is now ready for operation. The Danish Parliament wishes to upgrade the visual appearance of the Danish power grid.

14 Jun 2013
Wooden Skyscraper in Stockholm, Sweden
Design: Berg | C.F. Møller Architects
Wooden Skyscraper Building
image : Berg | C.F. Møller Architects
Wooden Skyscraper in Stockholm
For HSB Stockholm’s architectural competition 2023, three teams of architects produced innovative proposals for private residences of the future at three different locations in the centre of Stockholm. Berg | C.F. Møller’s proposed design is a skyscraper made of wood. Berg | C.F. Møller Architects are working in partnership with architects Dinell Johansson and consultants Tyréns on their entry.

11 Jun 2013
Køge University Hospital Building, Sjælland, eastern Denmark
New Køge University Hospital
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Køge University Hospital Building
Rådgivergruppen USK, headed by C.F. Møller, Alectia and Rambøll, has been named as the winner of the competition to build the new Køge University Hospital, with a budget of DKK 4 billion. Køge University Hospital (USK) is an expansion of the existing Køge Hospital, which will be increased threefold to a total area of 177,000 m².

13 Mar 2013
Long Lane Development, Cambridge, England
Design: C.F. Møller Architects + PRP
Long Lane Residential Development Cambridge by C.F. Møller Architects
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Long Lane Development Cambridge
Long Lane, a key section of the Great Kneighton development on the southern fringe of Cambridge, has received planning approval. The proposal covers 5.4 hectares and will provide 273 homes.

8 Feb 2013
C.F. Møller shortlisted for Mipim Award 2013
Bestseller Logistics Center by C.F. Møller Architects Denmark
photo : Adam Mørk
Bestseller Logistikcenter Haderslev
C.F. Møller’s industrial building Bestseller Logistics Center at the E45 motorway in Haderslev, Denmark is shortlisted in the category ‘Best Industrial & Logistics Development’. The logistics centre has already been named Building of the Year in the Danish magazine Byggeri and was the overall winner of the International Trimo Architectural Award.

New Name – ‘C.F. Møller’ + New Website

23 Jan 2013 – C.F. Møller has acquired a new name and a new website, as a natural consequence of our branding strategy in an international context.

Increased focus on C.F. Møller’s strategic areas will pave the way for business development and contribute to growth towards 2015. As part of C.F. Møller’s 2015 Strategy, the company’s services – architecture, design, landscape, healthcare and management – are to be strengthened and thereby clarified, both in Denmark and internationally.

As a natural consequence of the work of branding our services, we have implemented a simplification and improvement of the way in which C.F. Møller presents itself.

Simplified company name
We have changed our name from C.F. Møller Architects to the simpler and more internationally-oriented C.F. Møller. The name C.F. Møller draws strength from the practice’s long history and tradition, and from our Scandinavian roots – values upon which we wish to continue to build.

We have also implemented a new visual identity, logo and website.

Five strategic focus areas
The biggest change at the new www.cfmoller.com is that we have grouped our services into five strategic focus areas, each with its own section on the site, namely: Architecture, Design, Landscape, Healthcare and Management. Each service collects and highlights our knowledge and references in the specific area.

“We would like to show our customers and partners our core competencies in an easily accessible manner. We are well known, also internationally, for our architecture and for our hospital and laboratory competencies. But we are also strong in landscape and design, and we have some unique skills in the management area,” says Susanne T. Nielsen, Group CEO.

Management services
C.F. Møller Management provides advice on user consultation, change management, space planning, logistics, client consultancy and organisational development, and acts as the client’s closest strategic partner in construction processes. We are now highlighting this on the new website.

Our special approach to management services is that we can combine our advice with the architectural design process.

Stockholm Housing
Berg | C.F. Møller is creating a new residential area in the district Valla 1 at the green area Årstafältet in Stockholm. The project is based on a vision for a sustainable urban lifestyle for modern city dwellers.

C. F. Møller Wave Chair
180 auditorium chairs designed by C.F. Møller Design are to be used in the memorial museum for the 9-11 terrorist attacks: the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York.

University of Southern Denmark Student Housing, Odense, Denmark
University of Southern Denmark Student Housing by C.F. Møller Architects
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University of Southern Denmark Student Housing – 21 Jan 2013
The design of the new student housing for the University of Southern Denmark in Odense is based on a strong community spirit. The 250 student residences are located in three interconnected 14-storey buildings. This means that the residence has no front or back, but appears attractive from a 360-degree perspective.

Southwest London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust – Winner Announced, England, UK
3 Sep 2012 – RIBA Competitions is delighted to announce CF Møller as the winners of a Competitive Interview for the Southwest London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust. The winning team will now work with the Trust to develop the design for the new inpatient and related accommodation to be developed on the Springfield Site in Wandsworth, London.
CF Møller was selected from a very strong shortlist which also included (in alphabetical order): Allford Hall Monaghan Morris; Allies & Morrison; Feilden Clegg Bradley; Henley Halebrown Rorrison; David Morley; Penoyre & Prasad; Reiach & Hall.
John Jenner, Greenhill Jenner Architects and RIBA Adviser for the Competition said:
“After a number of first class submissions by some of the UK’s leading practices, the Trust have selected CF Møller as architects to work on their regeneration project at Springfield Hospital in Wandsworth, London. At the moment Danish design is thriving in an ever wider number of fields and Møller’s will bring their considerable track record and experience of designing high quality health environments to this very important project.”

New life for Denmark’s oldest school, Copenhagen, Denmark
3 Aug 2012 – Denmark’s oldest school, the listed Sølvgade School built in 1847, close to King Christian IV’s famous historic naval barracks, Nyboder, in Copenhagen, has for many years been lacking space and modern facilities. C.F. Møller Architects has carefully renovated the school and done a striking extension which in its form and colors is true to the surroundings, but also adds a modernistic twist to the school.
Client: The City of Copenhagen and Københavns Ejendomme
Size: 4,500 m2 (renovation 2,100 m2, new build 2,400 m2)
Address: Sølvgade, Copenhagen, Denmark
Construction period: 2009-12
Architect: C.F. Møller Architects
Engineering: Esbensen Rådgivende Ingeniører and Sloth Møller
Photographer: Adam Mørk

Buildings by C. F. Møller

Projects listed alphabetically : C. F. Møller Denmark
Siloetten Building by C.F. Møller Architects
photo : Julian Weyer

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Location: Europaplads 2, 11 8000 Aarhus C, Danmark, northern Europe

Århus Architects Practice Information

The C. F. Møller head office is in Århus (Jutland, Denmark), with sub offices in Copenhagen + Aalborg (Denmark), Oslo (Norway) and London (UK). In 2007 it bought the Swedish architectural practice Berg Arkitekter which still operates under its own name in Stockholm.

Danish Architect Studio

C. F. Møller Architects HQ, Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark

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