Kasper Bejerholm Rasmussen

"People around here have put such a lot of trust in me - even from the word go. In fact, I was very surprised to realise how much this was so."
Kasper Bejerholm has worked at C.F. Møller for two years, initially for a period of practical work experience and since as an intern.
He is proud to have been part of the team behind a number of prominent projects - but most of all he is proud to have worked on an office building in Aarhus, where his team mates listened to his ideas for the design expression of the façade.

More responsibility
"At Aarhus School of Architecture people say that if you work at a small studio, you get more responsibility than you would at a large studio. During my time at C.F. Møller, I haven't found this to be the case. On the contrary," he says.

From the beginning of his practical work experience, Kasper was thrown in at the deep end: A competition project to extend Marselisborg Gymnasium in Aarhus. Apart from Kasper, the team comprised a partner and a qualified architect.

"I was thrown in at the deep end," says Kasper, who was asked to experiment with different options in relation to the layout of the classrooms.
"I was really pleased about this - and surprised. This wasn't a case of the partner making a quick sketch for me to work from. I was allowed to work on my own and expected to explain my ideas. One of my ideas was actually used in the final design. It was exciting and challenging," he says.

Great dialogue
Following his practical work experience, he worked at C.F. Møller for 18 months as an intern. For six months of this period, he worked full-time. Working at C.F. Møller has given Kasper a wealth of practical experience. For example, he was on the competition team behind the design of the Faculty of Health at Aarhus University. He was also involved in the project planning phase of the new International School Ikast-Brande, a new logistics centre in Randers and an office building in Aarhus.

"I think the work I do here is unusual for an intern. All in all, I have worked in the model workshop for no more than 1-2 weeks. I take part in project planning. I am allowed to try my hand at things and then the leaders come along to guide me. We have a great dialogue. In certain situations, of course, a leader has to intervene and dictate a solution but I think this very rarely happens."

Kasper feels he is treated well - on a par with his qualified colleagues, both in the studio and outside.
"When everyone at the company was to attend a REVIT Architecture training course, I was invited to come along. I liked that."

People here respect a no
Sailing takes up much of his free time. Kasper has sailed since he was a child. Not only is he a competitive yachtsman, he also coaches in Denmark and abroad.

"I have been very pleased that C.F. Møller respects the fact that sailing is important to me. I sail two afternoons a week and I have never found it difficult to plan my work so that I can get down to the waterfront by 5 pm. This means a lot to me. And if I have had to decline an offer to take part in a project, I have never felt there was any pressure to explain why or to change my mind. People here respect a no - even if it comes from a guy on practical work experience or an intern. It's signally important that your employer appreciates that your life has to balance - work, leisure and studies, which, from time to time, can be hectic. If not, you'll wear yourself out one day."

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Get you an impression of what it is like to work at C.F. Møller Architects. We have interviewed some of our employees.

Anne Katrine Arrildt & Kristian Brandsen

”New colleagues are widely appreciated at the office. Partly because people are very aware how new ways of thinking are part of shaping our architectural work in a positive direction.”

Dorte Bækby Jensen

Dorte Bækby Jensen has worked for C.F. Møller Architects for ten years, during which she has several times been about to become a project architect. But with the arrival of two children and her subsequent maternity leave, family life caused her to prioritise differently - until now.

Kasper Bejerholm Rasmussen

"People around here have put such a lot of trust in me - even from the word go. In fact, I was very surprised to realise how much this was so."

Lizzie Christensen & Jens Balle

Lizzie Christensen and Jens Balle had their first working day at C.F. Møller Architects together back in 1983. Recently, they could celebrate 25 years with the company with their colleagues. Over the years, they have seen many exciting hospital design projects, and have enjoyed great freedom in their work.

Mathias Bagger Poulsen

The adrenalin rush after winning a big competition - and the feeling of being part of a team pushing the boundaries of architecture. That is what drives Mathias Bagger Poulsen. This is why, as a newly graduated architect, he sent an unsolicited job application to C.F. Møller Architects with the hope of a position within the competition department - and got the job.

Rolf Nielsen

"It is a particular challenge designing housing in London. Here it is possible to sell almost anything, so it requires good arguments to convince the developer to spend a little extra on quality - why should he?"