For the spring quarter 2017, Dan Stubbergaard will be serving as The Scan|Design Foundation's Distinguished Guest Professor at the University of Washington, Department of Architecture, in Seattle, US, leading a graduate-level architecture design studio. During the professorship, Dan will also be delivering a public lecture at the university.

 

In 2015, Dan Stubbergaard also headed a Master Studio at the University of Washington.

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COBE wins the comeptition to design a House of Food Culture and 5 townhouses including 30 housing units on the prominent and historic avenue of Frederiksberg Allé in Copenhagen!

 

The House of Food Culture will include food stalls, workshops and educational facilities and will be built on top of the entrance to one of the new stations on Copenhagen's coming metro city ring. With an estimated daily flow of 10,000 people, it will be one of the capital’s new central meeting places and a focal point for urban life.


The House of Food Culture is designed by COBE as one of four partners of the winning team. Danish NRE Group will build the project. The investors for the project are Union Holding and NRE Denmark, and Arne Elkjær is the engineer.

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Tomorrow, Dan Stubbergaard will give a lecture at the yearly congress Raumwelten in Stuttgart, Germany. Raumwelten is a platform for scenography, architecture and media and a forum for decision-makers and creative souls who work with communications in space. The lecture is based on specific Cobe projects that tell a story about Copenhagen’s architectural development and how this development affects the conditions of people’s lives. 

 

Check out the program here.

 

Date and time:

November 18, 2016, 3 pm - 6 pm.

 

Location:

Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg, Stuttgart, Germany

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A new name for the University of Copenhagen's new square and student hang-out is now official: Karen Blixens Plads, named after the famous Danish poet Karen Blixen.

 

One core element of the design is the creation of high capacity bicycle parking under and around three bicycle hills. Another is the integration of the University’s urban functions with the adjacent nature reserve, Amager Fælled. With its approximately 20.000 m2, Karen Blixen Plads will be one of the biggest public squares in Copenhagen.

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We are looking for a talented intern to join our communications team in spring. See the job advert below for further information. We look forward to hear from you!

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Today, Dezeen architecture and design magazine announced their Top 400 Hot List revealing the 400 hottest talents in the design world the past year. COBE is thrilled to be part of the list.

 

Based entirely on audience data, Dezeen's Hot List rates the architects, designers, brands and events that their audience most wanted to read about over the last year. 

 

Check out the Top 400 Hot List here and the Architects Hot List here where COBE ranked #123 and #54, respectively.

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In connection with the Our Urban Living Room exhibition, Cobe and Danish Architecture Centre arrange a series of on-site tours. The tours takes you behind the scenes of four of Cobe's projects in Copenhagen where the architects behind will guide you through the process from idea to reality.

 

You can sign up to the event on our Facebook page or through Danish Architecture Centre's website.

 

Date and time:

The Library: Thursday, November 3 2016, 4.30 - 6.30 pm.

Paper Island: Wednesday, November 9 2016, 4.30 - 6.30 pm.

Nordhavnen (North Harbour): Thursday, November 17 2016, 4.30 - 6.30 pm.

Kid's City: Thursday, November 24 2016, 4.30 - 6.30 pm.

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Tomorrow, Dan Stubbergaard is key-note speaker at the 2016 Building Green conference in Copenhagen - the leading Danish event for sustainable, energy efficient solutions in the building industry. This year, the program contains more than 100 speakers distributed on seminars, debates and key-note contributions. Entrance is free, but sign up in advance to skip the line. Follow this link

 

Date and time:

Building Green Conference: Wednesday, November 2 - Thursday, November 3 2016

Dan Stubbergaard lecture: Thursday, November 3 2016, 12 pm, at the main stage

 

Location:

FORUM, Julius Thomsens Plads 1, 1925 Frederiksberg C, Denmark

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Nørreport Station is announched as the winner of WAN Awards 2016! Once a tired urban space with a chaotic, unsafe and noisy atmosphere, the station is now a place characterised by safety, comfort and efficiency, very people friendly, the jury emphasized.

 

WAN (World Architecture News) launched in 2005 and is now one of the world's leading suppliers of news to the global architectural community. The yearly WAN Awards celebrates the best in architectural design, as the largest award of its kind, attracting entries from all over the world.

 

See more information here.

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Tomorrow, Danish Architecture Centre and the Dreyer Foundation will open the doors to the second exhibition at Dreyer’s Architecture Gallery - a newly opened exhibition area at Danish Architecture Centre, presenting the new wave and talents of Danish architecture. COBE’s Dan Stubbergaard is part of the jury behind the selection of the exhibiting talents of Dreyer’s Architecture Gallery, among which Norrøn will be presenting a sneak peak of their daily work and give a talk accompanied by Dan Stubbergaard about the exhibition theme and the mutual influence of COBE and Norrøn. The exhibition and talk is public and free.

 

See here for more information.

 

Date and time:

Friday, October 28 2016, 4 pm - 6 pm.

 

Location:

Danish Architecture Centre, Strandgade 27B, 1401 Copenhagen.

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