Galmstrup is an architectural practice focusing on cultural & community projects.
Our work revolves around the cultural field and vary in scale from contemporary museums and post-industrial transformations, to vision masterplans of heritage sites and entire landscapes, to exhibition design and interventions.
We engage with briefs, developing concepts which are rooted in the narrative of a place and suitable for the users. We work with a curiosity towards content and context delivering pragmatic designs inspired by local methods and craftsmanship.
Our strengths are in the creative design process and the ability to drive complex projects forward in large interdisciplinary teams with many stakeholders. Committed to community engagement we established a non-profit sister company “Imaginations” who conduct summer schools for young people and stakeholder processes on projects.
Feasibility -> From study to idea
Concept & Developed Design -> Design & Develop
Technical Design & Supervision -> Detail & Implementation
Our portfolio includes cultural and educational buildings, as well as masterplan and exhibition work. We deliver full design services from site visits and initial sketches, through developed and technical design to tendering and site supervision. We take projects through all stages of the design and construction process ensuring the shared outset is implemented and quality are delivered on time and to budget.
Vision Masterplans -> Relevance and strategy
Program & Briefing -> Potentials and needs
For cities, museums, collectors, institutions, organisations and landlords, we advise and develop vision masterplans to initiate and move ideas into projects. We do this through our process orientated methodology and in close collaboration with the client and their main stakeholders, ensuring unique schemes derive with a strong community ownership.
Summer Schools -> Exchange
Community Engagement -> Processes
For clients and organisations, or on our own initiative, we prepare and run community engagement processes to initiate and inform projects, and conduct summer schools for greater cross cultural collaboration between young people. We do this through our non-profit sister company “Imaginations”.
ANNE MARIE GALMSTRUP
Architect MAA, Director
Anne Marie graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture with a distinction in 2002. She was an equity partner at Henning Larsen Architects, Copenhagen for over a decade, and prior to that worked for Scottish/Japanese Ushida Findlay Architects, London before establishing Galmstrup Ltd. in 2015.
Anne Marie brings to each project 17 years of international experience from large cultural buildings and masterplan projects as an architect, exhibition designer and client adviser. Her strong strategic vision combined with a Scandinavian design flair inform all of our projects, and her vast experience leading large projects in complex settings strengthens our focus.
Unit C, 6 Sedgwick Street
E9 6AA London
T: +44 (0) 20 8533 6514
Galmstrup Ltd. registered in England: 9690172
Galmstrup Ltd. VAT number: 218131342
Imaginations registered in England: 10348323