Today we celebrate the ground breaking for the world's largest and most advanced research facility for neutron-based research: ESS - European Spallation Source. 

 

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COBE unveils the design for the transformation of the old DLG silo in Nordhavnen in Copenhagen. We envision an urban silo with amazing unique apartments and a public ground floor and top floor.

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On 4 September 2014 Dan Stubbergaard will present Rockmagneten at Pakhus 48's Art and Architecture Day.

 

Date and time:

4 September 2014 17:00–17:30

 

Location:

Pakhus 48, Grid Showroom, Klubiensvej 22–24, Frihavnen, 2150 Nordhavn, Denmark

 

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Today the constructions are put on hold in Nordhavnen, as we celebrate the official opening of Copenhagen's new neighborhood. Check out the construction sites, visit the exhibition about the development of Nordhavnen, see our transformation of Nordhavnen’s old DLG silo and much more.

 

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In January 2015, COBE will welcome five Australian students of architecture, engineering and design as part of the Multidisciplinary Australian Danish Exchange programme: MADE by the Opera House. Launched at the Opera House’s 40th Anniversary in October last year, MADE is a tertiary student exchange program that will, over the Opera House’s decade of renewal, extend into new generations the links first forged by the building’s construction, and promote international and cross-disciplinary interaction.

 

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On August 31 2014 Copenhagen’s new neighborhood Nordhavnen will officially open. We open the ground floor of Nordhavnen’s old DLG silo with an exhibition on the urban development and unveil our design for the silo transformation.

 

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On August 21 2014 Dan Stubbergaard speaks at the Danish-Australian Architecture Symposium, The Public City, at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, in Copenhagen. The symposium will discuss the challenges and possibilities of generating a public city today with point of departures in examples from Australia and Denmark.

 

The symposium is free but registration necessary by August 18 at mgjo@kadk.dk

 

Date and time:

Thursday August 21, 9.00-17.00

 

Location:

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Auditorium 2, Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 51, 1434 Copenhagen, Denmark

 

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Today we celebrate the ground breaking for The Danish Rock Museum in Roskilde. The new building is located between two old industrial halls that previously housed a concrete factory. It is characterized by its twenty meter cantilever over the main entrance and an outer façade of anodized gold aluminium pyramids. With a surface of 3.500 m2 over 5 floors the building features a large exhibition hall, flexible auditorium, café, museum shop, administration offices and a lobby. 

The Danish Rock Museum will open its doors in 2015.

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Nydalen+ is one of the largest masterplans for Oslo in modern times. The new masterplan is created by COBE and MAD (no) in close collaboration with Avantor (no), who owns and manages the area. With its central location in Oslo at the Aker-river, right where the Oslo Metro crosses, Nydalen is a prime target for Oslo's next big urban development project. The project creates a broader urban context where the Aker-river and the metro stations of Nydalen and Storo are linked together, revealing the '+' shape. This gives way for the densifying of approx. 500,000 m2 and at the same time allows for a doubling of housing in the area from 3,000 to 6,000.

 

The project is presented at the conference Open Urban Arena in Oslo from the 18th to 19th of June.

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Today the construction of Forfatterhuset Kindergarten reached a milestone with the topping-out ceremony. The 1.500 m2 day-care institution will open its doors in the summer of 2014 creating the frame for the daily life of 160 kids. Check out COBE's facebook page for pictures from the construction site.

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