Wins competition with sustainable timber building

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 and are designed by C.F. Møller Architects.

C.F. Møller Architects

We are one of Scandinavia’s leading architectural firms, with 90 years of award-winning work in the Nordic region and worldwide.

Every day we create architectural quality based on innovation, experience and Nordic values. This assures sustainable and aesthetic solutions with lasting value for clients, occupants and society.

Expertise

Expertise

Our expertise are based on more than 90 years of experience, ongoing research and modern digital tools in combination with a design approach which uniquely integrates architecture, interior, landscape, urbanism and product design and including a particular long history within healthcare.

Selected projects

Selected projects

6.5.2021

KUM Neubau Campus Grosshadern

Masterplan and hospital construction that transforms a monotonous ‘health factory’ from the 1970s into a diversified and green hospital town on a human scale.

Carlsberg Central Office

New central office of the Carlsberg Group, which provides the framework for a modern and dynamic workplace with a building that creates identity, knowledge sharing and innovation.
6.5.2021

Biskop Gunnerus gate 14B

A highrise at Oslo Central Station, which binds the street, station and the people of the city together.
24.2.2020

Kajstaden Tall Timber Building

The Tall Timber Building residence has become a landmark and, during construction, became Sweden's tallest solid wooden building in the new district of Kajstaden at Lake Mälaren in Västerås.

River City Randers - City to the Water (Development Plan)

The development plan "Our River City" adapts the future of Randers to the environment, connects the city with the water and develops the attractive areas between the medieval city centre, the river Gudenå and Randers Fjord into a unique city borne of the river.

The German Ministry for the Environment - BMU

The German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, BMU, is a sustainable timber-framed building with integrated solar panels and a strong focus on daylight and shared green spaces.

R.U.M

R.U.M. (ReUsed Materials) is a sustainable chair with a plastic shell made of fishing nets collected from the world’s oceans.

News

News

9.7.2021

Green light for new high-rise in Aarhus

C.F. Møller Architects and the real estate company Ejendomsselskabet Olav de Linde win planning approval for a new high-rise, which will function as a landmark and pivotal point for the development of Sydhavnskvarteret, a new quarter located at a former industrial area at the city’s waterfront.
30.6.2021

‘HYBRID’, C. F. Møller Architects’proposal for Lund's new conference center, is recommended by the assessment group

The parallel architectural assignment for a new conference center in central Lund has been completed, and the assessment team recommends that C.F. Møller Architects’ proposal, ‘Hybrid’, forms the basis for continued work.
18.6.2021

The first shovel of soil was turned for Uppsala Business Park's new innovative lab environments – Research Hub

The first phase of developing Uppsala Business Park into a vibrant district for innovation and growth has now been commenced. On June 18th, the first shovel of soil was turned for the Research Hub – an advanced new laboratory building designed by C. F. Møller Architects for Klövern.
26.5.2021

Green light for transformation of iconic office building

C.F. Møller Architects and Lyall Bills & Young Architects’ plan for transforming Mountbatten House, a landmark 1970´s office building, to high-quality residential and public use, including a new public plaza, receives planning approval from Medway Council.
20.5.2021

Wins competition with sustainable timber building

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 and are designed by C.F. Møller Architects.