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C.F. Møller Architects

We are one of Scandinavia’s leading architectural firms, with 100 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.



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.


C.F. Møller's vision is to improve a better life for people and planet. We integrate sustainability directly into our solutions from the very first sketch to create greater value for clients, users and society.
We take individual, sustainable actions that fulfil specific goals and create a holistic, architectural vision that weaves the individual parts into a greater whole.

We use specially developed parametric tools to analyse LCA, daylight, microclimate, biodiversity, etc. from the earliest stages of the design process.

Selected Projects

Selected Projects


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.


LEGO® Campus

Flexible and sustainable office complex and park that supports the playful culture of the LEGO® Group


Mjøsfronten is a 50,000 square meter lakeside area in Hamar municipality, Norway. The project aims to create a vibrant meeting place and connect the city of Hamar closer to Lake Mjøsa, Norway's largest lake.


New office building that gathers several government agencies under one roof in the center of Odense is a pioneer project for sustainable timber construction and the largest timber building in Denmark.


The buildings’ design weaves the indoors and the outdoors together, since the landscape and the outdoor environments are a significant element of how the homes are experienced.

DTU Skylab

With a desire to establish the next generation of DTU Skylab, the project focused on synergies between students and the business community and competence development in an interdisciplinary and vibrant innovation environment.

Springfield University Hospital

Springfield University Hospital is based on the concept of evidence-based architecture to provide therapeutic surroundings for patients and wellbeing for staff and visitors.

Waste sorting points Copenhagen

C.F. Møller Architects has designed the City of Copenhagen’s waste sorting points for household waste in urban open spaces to help achieve the City’s 2024 recycling targets.




C.F. Møller Architects Wins European Green Award for Renovation Project in Zurich

C.F. Møller Architects has been honoured with the European Green Award for their Bellerivestrasse project in Zurich, Switzerland, recognising their innovative integration of solar technology into the building's facade.

C.F. Møller Architects chosen as lead consultant for new MIND Museum

In the coming years, a section of the former psychiatric hospital in Middelfart, Denmark, will be transformed into the new museum, MIND, which focuses on mental illness and mental well-being. The transformation of the historical premises has been put out to tender, and C. F. Møller Architects has been selected as the lead architect on the project's building design.

Lone Wiggers steps down from C.F. Møller Architects

Partner and architect Lone Wiggers bids farewell to C.F. Møller after 27 years of partnership and almost an entire career in the company. Lone announced it herself at C.F. Møller’s local studio in Copenhagen, where she was also celebrated for her many years of dedication.

Competition win for a new station in Skellefteå, northern Sweden

C.F. Møller Architects wins the competition for a new station in Skellefteå, in collaboration with Nordmark & Nordmark arkitekter. The project includes a new station building, bus terminal, and new public spaces. Skellefteå, Sweden's largest city without a train station, regains access to the railway through a new urban meeting place and travel centre that will be an important symbol for the development of northern Sweden.

Receives Planning Permission for New Hospital Area in Helsingborg, Sweden

On April 16th, 2024, the Municipal Council of Helsingborg granted planning permission for the development plan for a new hospital area in Helsingborg. The location for the new hospital is Östra Ramlösa, where the municipality also plans a new district. Östra Ramlösa is approximately five kilometers from the centre of Helsingborg, and here, an attractive, vibrant, and long-term sustainable district with a unique character and green values will be created.