Danish Winner at Mipim Awards

Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre. Image: Mark Haddon
Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre.

Denmark Denmark Danish architect CF Møller won Best Industrial & Logistics Development at Mipim Awards.

2019-03-15

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The London project Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre won Mipim Award in the category Best Industrial & Logistics Development. The architect in the project is the Danish firm CF Møller.

This was CF Møller's second consecutive win. At the 2018 Mipim Awards the firm was awarded Best Healthcare Development for the Maersk Tower in Copenhagen.

The other Danish nominee Lendager lost in the category Best Residential Development. The winner there was the German project Woodie Hamburg, designed by Sauerbruch Hutton Architects.




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