Teva Hesse

Head of London Branch, C.F. Møller Architects


Teva Hesse has over 30 years of experience as the lead architect of award-winning projects in the USA, Scandinavia and the UK. He was educated in the USA and was awarded a prestigious Regent’s Fellowship from the University of California, Berkeley, and a BA degree from Princeton University, with high honours in Architecture.

Teva has been the design team leader for several major London projects such as the Darwin Centre II at the Natural History Museum, the Sammy Ofer Wing at the National Maritime Museum and a large residential plot in the Athlete’s Village at the London 2012 Olympic Park.

For the past 20 years Teva has been working with C.F. Møller’s healthcare design division, which is one of the largest healthcare design groups in Scandinavia.

Teva began working with the Southwest London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust in 2012 and has led the design team responsible for the SOC, OBC and FBC design stages of the Estates Modernisation Program for the Trust, a £210m redevelopment programme across two mental health hospital sites.  Teva has led the briefing & design process with Trust clinical staff as well as various service user and carer forums.


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