Inspired by its Danish heritage, The Møller Institute building combines iconic architecture with art and design to provide a truly creative and inspiring space within which to learn and collaborate.
Many meeting rooms overlook the manicured Churchill College playing fields surrounding The Møller Institute building, and the Institute even boasts a distinctive ‘Captured Garden’ meeting room, which fuses outside space (roofless, glazed walls) with the contained privacy many meetings require.
Each meeting room, flooded with natural light, exudes quality craftsmanship and style, twinned with little touches for convenience; comfort monitors embedded in the back walls to ensure presenters do not always have to look at the main screen while presenting, for example. Magnetic walls allow for freer mind-mapping, idea-generation and collaborative work sessions.
Stylish ergonomically-designed chairs complement seating by renowned Danish furniture designer Hans J. Wegner are provided throughout in networking areas, including the ‘Møller Chair’ which Hans J. Wegner designed the chair especially for The Møller Institute, on request of Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller. The ‘Møller Chair’ is a spacious and comfortable chair, which appears both light and airy with its spindle back and woven seat.