AnneMarie Galmstrup

Founding Director, Galmstrup (United Kingdom)

Anne Marie Galmstrup is an architect with 15 years of international experience in museum building as an architect, exhibition designer and client adviser. Her strength is her original design concepts based on the understanding of context, culture and community. She has a vast experience leading larger building projects with extensive cross-disciplinary and large multi-cultural teams often in complex societies.
Anne Marie leads Galmstrup Ltd. which is a young and ambitious design studio in London which focuses on cultural and community projects. They were selected for the Art Silo Museum and Cultural Quarter in Kristiansand, Norway and recently finished the Superbugs exhibition at Science Museum London.
She founded Galmstrup Ltd. in 2015 after being an equity partner at Henning Larsen Architects in Copenhagen for over 10 years and prior to that worked at Ushida Findlay Architects and later as a senior exhibition designer at Metaphor both in London. At HLA, she was in charge of cultural projects with a larger civic social aspect and where user involvement was essential to bring the projects from concept to implementation such as The Massar Children’s Discovery Centre. She further established and was Managing Director of HLAs offices in Levant and Istanbul.
Anne Marie graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture in London and holds a bachelor degree from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture.
She has published under Ashgate, talked at the RIBA and Harvard GSD, taught a M.Arch studio, and is the founding Director of the non-profit organisation Imaginations Cross Cultures.

Galmstrup Ltd. is a young design studio with vast experience of cultural and residential projects. Our starting point is to understand the essence of a client’s brief and analyse the context of a site which then drive our projects' narrative and strengthen their special qualities.

Our strengths are in the creative design process and the ability to drive complex projects forward often in large multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams. We do this through an open collaboration with our clients, collaborators and local stakeholders as well as craftsmen and builders to ensure the best solutions come to fruition on time and on budget.

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