Partners and CEO

C. F. Møller Architects is owned by a partner group consisting of Tom Danielsen, Klavs Hyttel, Anna Maria Indrio, Mads Mandrup Hansen, Mads Møller, Klaus Toustrup, Julian Weyer and Lone Wiggers. Michael Kruse is an associate partner with a view to joining the partnership.

 

Group CEO Susanne T. Nielsen is responsible for the day-to-day management. She reports to the group's board of directors, which consists of the eight partners in C. F. Møller Architects. Partner Klavs Hyttel is chairman of the board of directors.

 

The parent company for all of the C. F. Møller companies in Denmark and abroad, Arkitektfirmaet C. F. Møller Holding A/S, is registered with the Danish Commerce and Companies Agency under company register number 29826951.

Anna Maria Indrio

Born in Meina, Italy, in 1943.

Rome University, Faculty of Architecture, 1962-65.

Employed at Erik Tarquini Mårtensson and Mikael Tarp Jensen's practice, 1975-77.

Employed at Dissing & Weitling, 1989-90.

Anna Maria Indrio & Poul Jensen studio, 1979-89.

Anna Maria & ass., 1988-90.

Partner in C. F. Møller Architects since 1990.

Member of The Artists' Society since 1996.

Member of the Board of The Federation of Danish Architects, 1992-94.

Member of the Board of The Danish Building Research Institute since 1997.

Member of the Wood Prize Adjudication Committee since 1999.

Chairwoman of the "Art in Public Spaces" Committee, 1999.

Architecture Prize, Masonry Prize, 1991.

Copenhagen Masons' Guild's Architecture Prize, 1999.

Knight of the Dannebrog.

Ordine Della Stella Della Solidarietá Italiana (Italian order of chivalry).

Nykredit's Architecture Prize 2006.

Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal, 2012.

Julian Weyer

Born in Berlin in 1969.

School Leavers' Certificate, 1987.

Architect MAA from The Aarhus School of Architecture, 1987-94.

Lecturer at The Aarhus School of Architecture 1994-97.

Own practice in Århus 1994.

Employed at C. F. Møller Architects, 1995-2006.

Partner at C. F. Møller Architects since 2007.

Danish Academy Council prize 2010

AIV Architecture Prize 1994.

Participates in the Danish Arts Agency workshop about harbours 2003-04.

Member of The Artists' Society since 2006.

Member of the BDA German Association of Architects.

Member of Danish Association of Architectural Firms' International Committee.

Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal, 2012.

Klaus Toustrup

Born in Tarm, Denmark, in 1972.

School Leavers' Certificate, 1992.

The Aarhus School of Architecture, 1992-95.

Architectural Association, AA, London, 1995-97.

Employed at C. F. Møller Architects since 1997.

Partner in C. F. Møller Architects since 2004.

Member of The Federation of Danish Architects' Admissions Panel since 2003.

Member of The Artists' Society since 2003.

Nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award (Hadsten Kulturhus with Sophus Søbye) in 2002.

Awarded Architect Fritz Schlegl & Wife Fritze Schlegl née Graa's grant in 2001.

Awarded study grants from Knud Højgaard's Fund, Margot & Thorvald Dreyer's Fund and the Uni Denmark Fund, amongst others.

Nykredit's Architecture Prize 2006.

Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal, 2012.

Klavs Hyttel

Born in Nymindegab, Denmark, in 1960.

School Leavers' Certificate, 1979.

Architect MAA from The Aarhus School of Architecture, 1986.

Member of NAL - The Norwegian Association of Architects

Member of The Federation of Danish Architects, 1987-1990.

Member of The Artists' Society since 2000.

Employed at C. F. Møller Architects, 1986-94.

External lecturer at The Aarhus School of Architecture, 1991-94.

Lecturer at The Aarhus School of Architecture, Department A, Architectural Design, 1994-96.

Partner in C. F. Møller Architects since 1997.

Copenhagen Masons' Guild's Architecture Prize, 1999.

Nykredit's Architecture Prize 2006.

Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal, 2012.

Lone Wiggers

Born in Helsingør, Denmark, in 1963.

School Leavers' Certificate, 1982.

Architect MAA from The Aarhus School of Architecture, 1983-89.

School of Fine Arts, Paris, 1986-88.

Employed at the Project Design Partnership, London, 1989-90.

Employed by Anna Maria Indrio, Copenhagen, 1990-91.

Visiting teacher at The Royal Academy, School of Architecture, Copenhagen, 1994-97.

Employed at C. F. Møller Architects, 1991-1997.

Partner in C. F. Møller Architects since 1997.

Chairwoman of The Danish Arts Council's Architecture Committee, 1999-2001.

Member of The Federation of Danish Architects' Council, 1990-2002.

Member of The Federation of Danish Architects' Architecture Committee, 1993-1997.

Member of The Federation of Danish Architects' Admissions Board, 1997-2000, and Chairwoman, 2000-2002.

Member of the Board of The Danish Association of IT Users in Building.

Construction 1999-2003 Thereafter Member of the Board of "bips".

Member of the Board of Danish Building and Urban Research since 2002.

Member of The Special Building Survey Council, Cultural Heritage Board, since 2003.

Member of the National Commission for UNESCO - Denmark.

Member of the Cultural Committee for UNESCO - Denmark.

Member of The Artists' Society since 2005.

Chairwoman of The Danish Ministry of Culture's Board of Architectural Canon since 2005.

Copenhagen Masons' Guild's Architecture Prize, 1999.

Nykredit's Architecture Prize 2006.

Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal, 2012.

Mads Mandrup Hansen

Born in Aalborg, Denmark, 1967.

General Certificate, 1986.

Architect m.a.a. from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, 1999.

Employed at Henning Larsen Architects A/S, 1995 - 1998.

Employed at KHR arkitekter, 1999 - 2006.

Partner at C. F. Møller Architects since 2008.

Architectural teacher at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts from 2003.

Member of the National Association of Danish Architects.

Fritz Schlegl and his wife Fritze Schlegl's scholarship, 2003.

The Vola award for diploma project, 1999.

The Icopal award for the best study project, 1997.

Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal, 2012.

Mads Møller

Born in Aarhus, Denmark, in 1941.

Bricklayer, 1961.

Building Technician, 1962.

Architect MAA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, 1966.

Teaching Assistant at The Aarhus School of Architecture 1966-70.

Employed at C. F. Møller Architects, 1966-69.

Partner in C. F. Møller Architects since 1969.

Member of NAL - The Norwegian Association of Architects.

Member of The Federation of Danish Architects' Competition Committee, 1970-1980.

Member of The Artists' Society since 1975.

Member of, and alternate for, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts' Council since 1987.

Member of Aarhus Municipality's Committee for the Preservation of Buildings and the Environment, 1990-2002.

Member of The Aarhus School of Architecture's steering group for evaluation of the architecture course, 1996.

Author of "Romantik og Snusfornuft" (Romance and Common Sense), 1993.

Prize and silver medal at the World Biennial in Sofia, 1985

Arosia Business Prize, 1989

Architectural Prize: Masonry Prize, 1991

Copenhagen Masons' Guild's Architecture Prize, 1999

Awarded the Eckersberg Medal, 1999.

Nykredit's Architecture Prize 2006.

Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal, 2012.

Michael Kruse

Born in Aarhus, Denmark, in 1970.

School Leavers' Certificate, 1989.

Architect MAA from The Aarhus School of Architecture, 1991-1998.

Employed at Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen 1998-2001.

Employed at David Chipperfield Architects, London, 2001-2002.

Employed at 3XN in 2002.

Head of the competitions department at 3XN, Aarhus, 2004-2010.

Partner and head of the competitions department at 3XN, Aarhus 2007-2010.

Competition Jury member for AA (Danish Ass. Of Arch.)

Visiting Critic at the AA London.

Censorat at The Aarhus School of Architecture

Member of The Artists' Society since 2007.

Susanne T. Nielsen

Born in Roskilde, Denmark, in 1958.

M. Sc. Political Science, University of Aarhus, 1987.

Consultant at PLS Consult, 1987-1990.

Senior Consultant at PLS Consult, 1990-1992.

Head of International Department at PLS Consult, 1992-1996.

Division Director, International Division, PLS Rambøll Management, 1996-1999.

Deputy Director, Rambøll Management, 1999-2006.

Executive Director, Rambøll Management Consulting A/S, 2006-2010.

Director and Corporate Service Area Manager, Ramboll Group/Rambøll Management Consulting A/S, 2010-2011.

CEO of C. F. Møller Architects since 2011.

Tom Hagedorn Danielsen

Born in Aarhus, Denmark, in 1951.

Copenhagen Business Academy 1970.

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, 1971-74.

Architect MAA from The Aarhus School of Architecture, 1974-77.

Employed at Friis & Moltke Architects, 1977-81.

Employed at The Ministry of Local Government, Nairobi, Kenya (District Architect/Manager of D.A.'s Office, Rift Valley Province, Kenya), 1981-83.

Employed at C. F. Møller Architects, 1983-87.

Partner in C. F. Møller Architects since 1987.

Member of The Danish Council of Practising Architects (PAR)'s Export Committee, and The Danish Council of Consulting Architects and Engineers' Export Group, 1992-97

Member of the Architects Registration Council of the United Kingdom.

Member of the Board of The Danish Council of Practicing Architects, 1994-96.

Member of RIBA - The Royal Institute of British Architects.

Chairman of The Federation of Danish Architects (DAL)'s Competition Committee 2000-04.

Member of The Academy Council's Committee for Architectural Design since 1996.

Arosia Business Prize 1989.

Architectural Prize; Masonry Prize, 1991.

Copenhagen Masons' Guild's Architecture Prize, 1999.

Nykredit's Architecture Prize 2006.

Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal, 2012.

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