Royal Buildinginspector, partner, Arkitekt MAA, Denmark
1956, Frederiksberg, Denmark
1990 Architect, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
1982 Bachelor in Near Eastern Archaeology, University of Copenhagen
2004- Co-owner and partner at EMA, Head of Cultural department at EMA
1992- Erik Møller Arkitekter A/S
1991-92 Klaus Cornelius Hansen, Søberg og Bendixen
1990-91 Keld Elgstrøm A/S
2011-16 Appointed by the Cultural Minister of Denmark to The Particular
Advisory Board on Cultural Heritage.
2006-11Member of the advisory board for Built Heritage, Denmark.
Member of the Listing and preservation committee, Built Heritage, Denmark
2004- Chairman of the Committee of The Society of Architectural History, among
other things editing the annually and highly respected journal ”Architectura”
1998-2004 Member of the advisory board for Conservation and Architecture,
Danish Art Workshops, appointed by the Danish Ministry of Culture
2000- Appointed specialist, UNESCO, Essaouira, Morocco
2006 Kirkefædrene på Marmorkirken.
2003 Restoration of The Palace Chapel of Christiansborg Castle
2003 Restoration of Vartov Church
WHAT IS TRANSFORMATION IN ARCHITECTURE?
DOES IT HAVE A SCALE?
DOES IT HAVE A SIZE?
DOES IT MATTER?
At Erik Møller Arkitekter, we discuss and try to answer these questions through our projects. Some of our answers will be shown in case studies that illustrate the process of before, during and after transformation.
ERIK MØLLER ARKITEKTER is one of the top architectural offices in Scandinavia in the field of conservation and transformation of listed properties and buildings worthy of preservation..Presentation will show the good practice, showing some examples of positive development of cultural heritage, both urban and rural and describe some tools to achieve the good results.