Today Frederiksvej Kindergarten in the Copenhagen neigbourhood of Frederiksberg is inaugurated. A series of 11 small houses facing different directions create a safe and eventful setting for the daily life of 182 children from zero to six years old.

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1st of February marked the topping-out ceremony of Tingbjerg Culture House. The 1.500 m2 extension to the existing Tingbjerg School will hold a library and a culture house including café, workshop and meeting facilities and a multi hall. We are looking forward to see the project finished by mid-2016.

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COBE wins the competition to design a 25.000 m2 office building for PFA Ejendomme in Copenhagen's Nordhavnen area. Together with Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects and Tredje Natur, we envision a new landmark for the neigbourhood and a new meeting place for all residents of Copenhagen. 

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In one year The Silo will be completed, and the former industrial grain silo in Copenhagen's Nordhavnen district will be converted into private apartments and public functions including exhibition space and dining facilities at the top and bottom floor. 

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COBE will be part of the official Danish contribution to the 15th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, taking place from May 28th to November 27th 2016. With the title Reporting from the Front, curator of the architecture exhibition, Alejandro Aravena, sets the stage for a biennale that explores the role of the architect in the "struggle to improve people's quality of life all over the world".

 

The Danish contribution to the Architecture Biennale will be a snapshot of a new humanism in Danish architecture. With a wunderkammer of architectural prototypes, the exhibition seeks to highlight the humanistic focus of Danish architecture right now. COBE will contribute with 8 projects for this exhibition.

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Exciting 2016 ahead of us! In autumn 2016, we are opening the doors for a monograph exhibition about COBE at the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) in Copenhagen. The exhibition presents a unique insight into our Copenhagen projects not only presented at DAC but also at our office and around the city. The exhibition coincides with the release of our first book published by Arvinius + Orfeus Publishing celebrating our learnings from Copenhagen the past ten years.

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Nørreport Station has been nominated for two prestigious awards the past week: The Danish Landscape Award 2015 from The Association of Danish Landscape Architects and The Arne Award 2015 from the Danish Association of Architects.

 

The winners of both awards will be announced in January 2016.

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Both in 2012, 2013, 2014 and now in 2015, COBE has been appointed a Gazelle by the Danish business newspaper Børsen. The nomination of Gazelles is based on financial statements, and the award is appointed to companies showing significant growth each year within the past four years. Since 1995, Børsen has awarded approximately 16.000 Danish companies a Gazelle, and only every fifth has accomplished to feature the list more than once. This year, only 4,9% have been able to receive the prestigious award for the fourth year in a row.

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COBE unveils the design for a new citizens park in the heart of Helsinki. The project transforms the currently polluted Töölönlahti bay area dividing Helsinki city centre in two into an attractive green heart for all of Helsinki.

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We are looking for a Danish-speaking architect with 10+ years of experience on built projects to join our team. See job advert below.

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