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History - C.F. Møller

1920s

1924: C.F. Møller founds his architectural practice in Copenhagen. The first design project is for Lejre Rectory, Sealand

1928-42: C.F. Møller forms a partnership with the architect Prof. Kay Fisker

Aarhus Municipal Hospital - History - C.F. Møller. Photo: Torben Eskerod

1930s

1930: First prize in competition for Aarhus Municipal Hospital

1931: First prize in competition for Aarhus University

1932: C.F. Møller and Kay Fisker establish an office in Aarhus

 Der har været foretaget en række ændringer og tilbygninger til bygningsanlægget fra 1948. Glastaget og glasvindfanget er indpasset, så søjlegården også kan bruges som foyer mellem de to idrætssale. - History - C.F. Møller

1940s

1942: Partnership between C.F. Møller and Kay Fisker dissolved

1946-48: Collaboration with the architect Gunnar Krohn

1947: First prize in competition for Aarhus Sports Centre

1950s

1953-68: C.F. Møller appointed Royal Inspector of Listed State Buildings

David Birnbaum, C.F. Møller, Poul Zacho Rath, Jørn Bisgaard og Henning Jensen. The five new partners on their way through the beautiful underpass at the State and University Library in Aarhus. - History - C.F. Møller

1960s

1965-68: C.F. Møller appointed rector of the Aarhus School of Architecture

1966: Partnership formed with long-time staff members David Birnbaum, Jørn Bisgaard, Henning Jensen and Poul Zacho Rath.

1969: C.F. Møller's son, Mads Møller, joins the partnership

Vejle County and City Hospital has a beautiful and light appearance, with its white building body against the backdrop of the dark green wooded slopes that embrace the town of Vejle. - History - C.F. Møller

1970s

1972: The practice is awarded major hospital commissions for Vejle County. Branch office established in Vejle

Køge Hospital, 1983-1988: The entire building complex at Roskilde County Hospital in Køge is on two floors, encircled by a beautiful, characteristic ring-shaped wood. - History - C.F. Møller. Photo: Jan Kofod Winther

1980s

1981: The practice wins the competition for Roskilde County Hospital, Køge. Branch office re-established in Copenhagen

1983-98: Branch office established in Herning

1986: First prize in the international competition "A flexible theatre in Europe"

1987-96: Branch office established in Aabenraa

1987: Morten Erichsen and C.F. Møller's grandson, Tom Danielsen, join the partnership

1989: C.F. Møller is awarded the "Arosia" business prize

1989-91: Branch office established in Roskilde

Transformation and extension of the National Gallery of Denmark. - History - C.F. Møller

1990-1994

1990: C.F. Møller takes over Jacob Blegvad Arkitektkontor in Aalborg

1990-95: C.F. Møller takes over the London branch of Jacob Blegvad Arkitektkontor

1991: Anna Maria Indrio and Lars Kirkegaard join the partnership

1991: Branch office established in Copenhagen

1991: C.F. Møller receives the Masonry Award architectural prize

1993: First prize in the competition for an extension to the Danish national gallery, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen

1994: First prize in the competition to design the TGS technology and research centre in Berlin. Branch office established in Berlin (closes 2003)

A new stadium built over the famous Bislett Stadium in Oslo. - History - C.F. Møller. Photo: SCANPIX

1995-1999

1995: First prize in the international architectural competition for Bislett Stadium, Oslo

1995-03: Branch office established in Berlin

1996: Branch office established in Oslo

1997: Klavs Hyttel, Lone Wiggers and Henrik Stæhr join the partnership

1999: C.F. Møller Architects awarded the Architecture Prize of the Copenhagen Masons' Guild

 

Extension of the Natural History Museum in London, taking the form of an enormous cocoon in a glass covering. - History - C.F. Møller. Photo: Torben Eskerod

2000-2004

2000: First prize in the international architectural competition for Akershus University Hospital, Oslo

2000: Landscape department established

2001: The practice wins the competition for the Darwin Centre Phase Two: an extension of the Natural History Museum, London. Branch office established in London

2001: Design department established

2004: Klaus Toustrup joins the partnership

Danish co-educational school for the Danish School Association of Southern Schleswig. - History - C.F. Møller. Photo: Poul Ib Henriksen

2005-2009

2005: First prize in architectural competition for the A.P. Møller School in Schleswig, Germany

2006: C.F. Møller Architects becomes a limited company on 1 January

2006: Jon Brøcker appointed as head of Design department

2006: The practice is awarded the Nykredit Architecture Prize

2006: C.F. Møller Architects establishes limited companies in Sweden and Iceland

2007: Julian Weyer joins the partnership

2007: C.F. Møller Architects takes over Berg Arkitektkontor, Stockholm

2007: C.F. Møller Architects/DNU consortium wins competition for the New University Hospital in Aarhus

2008: Mads Mandrup joins the partnership

2008: C.F. Møller Architects takes over Vibeke Rønnow Landskabsarkitekter

2009: The practice achieves Danish Standards ISO 14001 environmental certification

The Maersk Tower is a state-of-the-art research building whose innovative architecture creates the optimum framework for world-class health research. - History - C.F. Møller. Photo: Adam Mørk

2010-2014

2010: First prize in international architectural competition for the extension of the Panum complex, University of Copenhagen

2010: First prize in international architectural competition for a new Danish State Prison in Falster

2011: First prize in architectural competition for a new, modern Biomedicum research centre for Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm

2011: Susanne T. Nielsen takes over as CEO on 1 August 2011 > 2013

2012: Inauguration of the 2012 London Olympics' Athletes Village

2012: C.F. Møller UK awarded The Danish Export Association's Diploma & HRH Prince Henrik's Medal of Honour

2013: First prize in international architectural competition for new Køge University Hospital

2013: Klaus Toustrup takes over as CEO on 11 December 2013

2013: Winner of the “Energy, Climate and Environmental Park, Hillerød” competition. 

2014: Inauguration of Akershus University Hospital, emergency department, Oslo.

2014: Winner of the Vendsyssel Hospital competition.

 

A new building for Landsbankinn, Icelands largest bank, with an expression inspired by the raw Icelandic nature and a design that includes and interacts with the entire city - History - C.F. Møller

2015-

2015: The Danish Architecture Centre exhibits 100 building projects that have contributed to the creation of Danish architecture's world-class image. C.F. Møller Architects has 8 buildings represented.

2015: C.F. Møller's Swedish national arena, Friends Arena, Stockholm, receives the IOC/IAKS Award. The sporting world’s biggest architectural award.

2016: Six new associate partners: Ola Jonsson (Stockholm), Rolf Nielsen (London), Thue Borgen Hasløv (Copenhagen), Franz C.A. Ødum (Copenhagen), Lasse Vilstrup Palm (Aarhus) and Rune Bjerno Nielsen (Aarhus).

2016: Michael Kruse, Christian Dahle and Mårten Leringe become partners in C.F. Møller.

2016: Peter Sikker Rasmussen is appointed Head of Communications at C.F. Møller.

2017: The Maersk Tower, Copenhagen, is inaugurated by Queen Margrethe.

2017: Inauguration of the DNU Emergency Centre at Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark's first “super-hospital”.

2017: Christina Riddersholm starts in the position of Head of HR on 24 October.

2017: Inauguration of Copenhagen International School in Nordhavn.

2017: Head Counsel Lone Bendorff Farrell joins the Executive Board as COO.

2018: First prize in the international competition for a new domicile for the Icelandic bank Landsbankinn.

2018: First prize in the international competition for a new hospital in Tammerfors, Finland.

2018: First prize in the international competition for new train station in Altona, Hamburg.

2019: Lone Bendorff joins the partnership and is appointed CEO on 1 January