C.F. Møller Architects is moving to new premises in Stockholm
On the 6th of February, C.F. Møller will relocate to the top floor of the Brf Söders Hantverkshus building at Renstiernas gata 12 in Södermalm, Stockholm.
C.F. Møller Architects established their studio in Stockholm in 2007 along with the development of the new Slussen, in collaboration with the British architectural company Foster and Partners. The initial office was located at Slussen, and over the past decade, the office has been situated on Krukmakargatan. Now, it's time for a change as they move into the added top floors of the historic Söders Hantverkshus at Renstiernas gata 12. The building, dating back to 1952, is marked as significant by Stockholm City Museum, having positive implications for the urban environment and cultural heritage.
"We are looking forward to the new office space, which we have designed with respect for the building's history. This will daily remind us of the importance of creating architecture with a long lifespan and a positive impact on its surroundings," says Mårten Leringe, partner, architect, and chairman of the board at C.F. Møller Architects. He also expresses excitement about the area, characterized by numerous creative businesses.
Associated partner and architect Vendela Martinac, who led the move, adds, "We are excited about settling into our new splendid premises dominated by wooden interiors, complemented by recycled furnishings and new products from our in-house product design department."
C.F. Møller Architects, with offices in Stockholm and Malmö, employs around 60 staff in Sweden and engages in projects both in Sweden and internationally. The Stockholm studio has been involved in projects such as Värtaterminalen, Biomedicum, Zenhusen, Friends Arena, and a comprehensive renovation of Boo Kyrka. Current projects include a new psychiatric hospital in Finland, Danderyds Hospital in Stockholm, and Nya Sjukhuset Helsingborg. Additionally, they are working on a new central station in Lund, the development of Uppsala C, and various office and residential projects, including the extensive renovation and modernization of Avicii Arena.
Further. C.F. Møller Architects a have studios in Oslo, Berlin, Copenhagen, Aarhus, and Aalborg –and are celebrating their 100th anniversary this year.