C.F. MØLLER PROFILE, Copenhagen, Denmark

Thursday 3 May 2018
Credit: Maersk Tower extension of the Panum complex at the University of Copenhagen C.F. MØLLER ARCHITECTS

Architects: C. F. MOLLER

Award-winning Scandinavian architecture practice focuses on excellence

Environmental concerns, resource-consciousness, healthy project finances, social responsibility and good craftsmanship are at the core of C.F. Møller’s Nordic influenced work

With a history that spans almost 100 years C.F. Møller Architects are one of Scandinavia’s leading architectural firms, with a diverse portfolio of award-winning work in the Nordic region and worldwide.

In recent years C.F. Møller has won several WAN AWARDS including METAL IN ARCHITECTURE in 2017COMMERCIAL in 2015 and RESIDENTIAL in 2010 as well as being shortlisted for several WAN AWARDS categories on a further six occasions and contributing members to the Jury panel for the awards.

The firm strives to create architectural quality based on innovation, experience and Nordic values.  This assures sustainable and aesthetic solutions with lasting value for the firm’s clients, occupants and society.

The picture gallery above includes a range of the firm’s projects which illustrate the diversity and quality of the company’s work. It includes the University of Aarhus which is credited by C.F. Møller as kickstarting the business and forms a great part the firm’s history and DNA. The University is continuously being refined and extended and the firm still have assignments for the university

A unique design approach

Design solutions are methodically and holistically created following a rigorous analysis of the local context. C.F. Møller looks to set new global standards by fostering a design approach which uniquely integrates urban planning, landscape, architecture and design of specific building components.

Environmental concerns, resource-consciousness, healthy project finances, social responsibility and good craftsmanship are essential elements of the   work.  This ethos is fundamental to all of C.F. Møller’s projects, a thread which runs from masterplanning to detail design.

Since founding in Denmark in 1924, the firm has contributed significantly to the development of welfare societies in Scandinavia and the rest of the world.  C.F. Møller are continuously recognised and awarded internationally for setting new architectural standards, due to the firm’s strong focus on the functional, artistic and social value of architecture.

Today C.F. Møller has app. 350 employees with offices in Aarhus, Copenhagen, Aalborg, Oslo, Stockholm and London.

Nick Myall

News editor