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Cobe launches The Cobe Tour map

On the occasion of UIA World Congress of Architects CPH 2023, Cobe launches The Cobe Tour map. With three distinct routes in the city, you can explore some of Cobe’s most significant projects within architecture, urbanism and landscape architecture. Download a digital version of map below, or pick up a free copy at our in-studio café – and be inspired by our 20+ completed projects in the city.

Download The Cobe Tour map here.

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Dan Stubbergaard speaks at MorgenDAC

On the morning of May 23, Cobe Founder Dan Stubbergaard meets Chief City Architect for the City of Copenhagen Camilla van Deurs for a session of MorgenDAC - a weekly debate on urban development and architecture, organized and hosted by the Danish Architecture Center. They will debate the future of transformation. Should we preserve everything that can be preserved for the sake of the climate - also the ugly?

Register for the debate via this link.

Event Details: May 23 2023, 08:15 am-09:15 am CET, at the Danish Architecture Center in Copenhagen.

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Cobe exhibits at the Danish Architecture Center

Several Cobe projects are included in the newly opened exhibition 'Copenhagen in Common' at the Danish Architecture Center in Copenhagen - from Kids City Christianshavn, Orientkaj Metro Station and Israels Plads to future projects such as Cobe's transformation of Palads and Copenhagen's Railway District, Jernbanebyen.

The exhibition celebrates the Danish capital and our home city as the World Capital of Architecture, and examines what is behind the Copenhagen success story. Open until October 22, 2023.

Learn more about the exhibition here.

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Cobe is looking for an Office Assistant

Cobe is looking for a new Office Assistant responsible for various day-to-day operations of the office.

Find more information about the role and how to apply via this link.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Cobe is official partner for the World Capital of Architecture 2023 in Copenhagen

UNESCO and UIA have selected Copenhagen for the World Capital of Architecture 2023. At Cobe, we are excited to share that we are official partners and welcomes everyone to visit our office and in-house café in Copenhagen's Nordhavn area. Cobe has created different initiatives to experience Copenhagen throughout the year, and will participate in a wide range of activities. Stay tuned!

See the full, official program from here.

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Cobe to transform industrial harbour into new mixed-use neighborhood in Trondheim

We are excited to share the news, that Cobe has won the competition to develop Nyhavna in Trondheim, Norway.

The key feature of our masterplan is to ensure the proximity to the fjord and accessibility for everyone, by establishing a generous waterfront park with a sequence of urban spaces for various use and seasonal change. All buildings are built in wood and reuse the footprint and foundations from the existing warehouses on the site today,. The colorful scheme is a tribute to Trondheim's existing, historical wooden buildings. Nyhavna will become a mixed-use harbour front neighborhood with housing and workplaces.

The project is developed in colleboration with Topic Architecture, Olav Olsen, and Moe Denmark, for Nyhavna Utvikling.

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Cobe opens in-studio café in collaboration with Copenhagen Dockside

Cobe and Copenhagen Dockside are excited to open a new café located inside Cobe's Copenhagen studio. The café will work as the intermezzo between street and studio and create a cozy lobby vibe, where both Cobe’s guests and employees, neighbors and passers-byers can have a coffee, breakfast or a quick lunch, read a magazine, have an informal meeting, buy a book or take a look at the latest architecture models straight from the studio. The models in the café are all smaller versions of Cobe’s projects, thus the café hosts the unique opportunity to come inside and see where the surrounding architecture is born.

Opening hours:
Monday-Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Pakhus 54, Orientkaj 4, st.
DK-2150 Nordhavn

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Cobe is looking for German-speaking Landscape Architects

Cobe is looking for German-speaking Landscape Architects, with experience in detailed design (specifically the German service phases LP 2-5), urban planning and urban space design.

Find more information about the role and how to apply via this link.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Cobe shares design proposal for New Stadium in Aarhus

Cobe is proud to share our design proposal - as one of three finalists in the international competition - for a new Stadium and home ground for the AGF football club in Aarhus, Denmark. The design is inspired by the existing historical entrance hall and the surrounding forest Kongelunden, and has an ambitious sustainability strategy by upcycling and reusing building components from the existing stadium, which is only 20 years old. Respecting the cultural heritage, our proposal scales down the large stadium volume and adapts the red-tone colors of the existing buildings on the facade - and the white colour of AGF inside. The facade is inspired by cones found in the clearing of the forest and with facade plates as leaves of trees - filtering light and creating an atmosphere.

The project is done in collaboration with AFL Architects, Buro Happold, and Turner and Townsend.

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Cobe to design Turku Science Park in Finland

Cobe wins the design of a 17 ha mixed-use area, Turku Science Park, in Turku, Finland. The area will bring together a 25,000 m² education campus, Taito Campus, for Turku Vocational Institute with residential and office buildings offering new types of workplaces. Centered around a mobility hub with a new tram line and bus lines, the district will strengthen the connection between Turku and Helsinki. The district will become a lively neighborhood for the residents, students, and workers.

The project is done in collaboration with the architects, Lundén and Arkkitehdit von Boehm – Renell, the engineers, WSP and AFRY, and the developer, YIT. In the coming years, we will develop the masterplan, and build the education campus, the mobility hub, and one of the mixed-use buildings - set to complete in 2027.

Read more here.