New firm and new partners05.11.2012
Gottlieb Paludan and Public Arkitekter have merged and become Gottlieb Paludan Architects — one large architectural firm focusing on consultancy, planning and architecture for utilities, mobility and general commercial purposes. This makes Gottlieb Paludan Architects one of Denmark’s largest architectural firms, currently employing about 75 people in Copenhagen and Aarhus. The ground was prepared in 2011 when Gottlieb Paludan acquired Public Arkitekter, and the two organizations formally became one firm in autumn 2012, under the name of Gottlieb Paludan Architects.
At the same time, the firm appointed three new partners: architects Frederik Ejlers, Kurt Brink Kristensen and Søren Arildskov Rasmussen. The new partners will join the two previous owners, architects Jesper Gottlieb and Kristian Hagemann in managing the firm.
The new firm and the appointments of three new partners will be celebrated at the offices in Copenhagen on 23 November and in Aarhus on 28 November 2012.