In addition to the landscape department at the headquarters in Aarhus, C.F. Møller also has landscape architects in Aalborg, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and London. In Sweden, Jelmar Brouwer is Head of Landscape. In the Stockholm and Malmö offices, they have increased the number of employees to their landscape department:
- Over the last four years we have built a very competent team in Stockholm, which is now a landscape department of eight people working on a wide range of projects. Thanks to an ever-increasing number of assignments, we have managed to establish a department in Sweden and are ready to take the next step, and we are therefore very pleased that Jens has become part of C.F. Møller. I look forward to our collaboration in further developing Landscape & Urbanism, and creating creative and innovative future solutions together.
The office in Stockholm is behind Gårdsvägen Solna, Fiskätra Multisports Court and Danderyds Hospital where C.F. Møller has designed the building as well as the square, streets and courtyards surrounding the hospitals.
- Our strengths and working methods are based on C.F. Møller's values and long experience of projects around the Nordic region, which we have transferred to the Swedish market," continues Jelmar Brouwer.
The department in Aalborg is behind the Aalborg Harbour Front and the current project Stigsborg Harbour Front.
In Copenhagen, they work with projects in Belgium and Norway, and at C.F. Møller's London office they are currently working on projects in London and Ireland.
Current projects in Aarhus are a new landscape concept for Danevirke and the project River City Randers - City to the Water, which both creates climate protection and brings Randers and the city's citizens into closer contact with the Gudenå River.
Characteristic of all C.F. Møller Architects’ landscape and urbanism departments is that they solve both independent urban and landscape development projects and concepts related to C.F. Møller's building projects, with the common focal point always being to think of landscape and buildings as a whole.