Danish Ambassador visits The Møller Centre


The Danish Ambassador to the UK, Her Excellency Anne Hedensted Steffensen visited The Møller Centre last week for the first time since becoming the Ambassador to the Court of St James’s in the autumn of 2011.

The visit was hosted by Gillian Secrett, CEO of The Møller Centre together with members of the Møller Team and Churchill College Fellows.  One of the topics of discussion was the forthcoming Wegner exhibition to be held at Churchill College in October. 

This exhibition is a unique opportunity to focus on Danish architecture and design, in association with The Møller Centre with its iconic furniture by Hans Wegner including the “Møller Chair” which was especially commissioned for the Centre in 1992.  This exhibition forms part of the Centre’s 20th Anniversary celebrations, and is being sponsored by Peter and Marianne Landrock, local Danish residents, who were also present at the lunch.

“We were delighted to receive the Ambassador and to share with her our special affinity to Denmarkand the AP Møller & Chastine McKinney Møller Foundation.  It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know Her Excellency and to explore ways in which we might work together in the future,” said Gillian Secrett.



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