C. F. Møller Architects is one of Scandinavia’s oldest and largest architectural practices. Their work involves a wide range of expertise that covers programme analysis, town planning, master planning, all architectural services including landscape architecture, as well as the development and design of building components.
Simplicity, clarity and unpretentiousness, the ideals that have guided our work since the practice was established in 1924, are continually re-interpreted to suit individual projects, always site-specific and based on international trends and regional characteristics.
Over the years, we have won a large number of national and international competitions. Our work has been on show at architectural exhibitions all over the world as well as published in books and leading professional journals.
Londonbranch| The London branch of C. F. Møller Architects was established in 2001, when the design studio won the prestigious commission for the second phase of the Darwin Centre in an international competition.Today, the London branch is based in two storeys of a building in Whitefriars Street, just a few hundred metres from St. Paul’s Cathedral in central London. There are 22 staff members at the studio, which C. F. Møller designed itself.
The London office has a balanced and diverse portfolio of projects including a large mixed-use development in the City, a mid-rise housing development and sustainable energy centre in Greenwich, housing units at the Athletes Village for the 2012 Olympics and a new extension at the National Maritime Museum.
A COMMON ARCHITECTURAL GOAL | C. F. Møller Architects was founded by the now deceased Prof. C. F. Møller. Today the firm is a limited company, owned by nine partners: Tom Danielsen, Klavs Hyttel, Anna Maria Indrio, Lars Kirkegaard, Mads Mandrup, Mads Møller, Klaus Toustrup, Julian Weyer and Lone Wiggers. The partnership undertakes the day-to-day management and comprises the company’s board of directors.
C. F. Møller Architects has a long tradition for internal and external cooperation where all parties to a project work towards a common architectural goal. Innovation and creativity are key words in our day-to-day work, and we try to make the drawing studio an attractive workplace, in which individual members of staff will find professional challenges through projects of high quality.
The head office is in Aarhus, and besides London we have branches in Copenhagen, Vejle, Aalborg, Oslo and Stockholm, as well as a limited company in Iceland.