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Cobe seeks German-speaking architects

Cobe is currently on the lookout for German-speaking architects with extensive experience in detailed design (LP2-5). You will have the opportunity to work alongside a team of skilled architects and construction professionals at our Copenhagen office.

Download German job advert via this link.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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Cobe wins competition to design urban neigbourhood in Berlin

Cobe has won the competition to design a new urban neighbourhood in the heart of Neukölln, Berlin. The neighbourhood will encompass 300 homes of different ownership types and sizes, and be an lush, inviting and community-oriented mixed-use area connected to the nearby river.

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Corum breaks ground

The construction of ‘Corum’, previously know as ‘Falk Areal', has started in the German city of Freiburg.

Inspired by the neighboring historic freight depot and its pitched roofs and rational, industrial design language, Corum is envisioned as a place of encounters and exchange - a lively meeting point for working, living and culture in the area. Developed by Lifa Breisgau, the future campus will provide 350 workplaces, including the headquarters of the pharmaceutical company Dr. Falk Pharma and the Falk Foundation, alongside restaurants and public amenities. Set for completition in 2026, the building is on track for DGNB gold certification, with a flexible, future-proof design and a modular hybrid timber construction.

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Cobe is looking for a model maker

Cobe is seeking a full-time model maker to join our team. You will collaborate closely with our workshop team, contributing to the creation of models for a diverse range of projects - from quick sketch models to high-quality presentation models.

Download the job advert via this link.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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Cobe selected to design the future Museum Wegner

Cobe has been chosen as the architect for the future Museum Wegner. The museum will be located at the historic ‘Hestholm’ farm - approximately one kilometer from the city center of Tønder - a historical town in Southern Denmark at the border to Germany, where Hans J. Wegner was born and where he served his apprenticeship as a carpenter.

"We are humbled and honoured to have the opportunity to pay tribute to Hans J. Wegner - one of the great masters of Danish design. The new museum will be located at ‘Hestholm’ - one of the historic marsh farms in the Tønder area. In a mix of transformation of the existing farm and new extensions, the museum will provide the physical setting for Wegner's design universe in a way that respects the nature and cultural heritage of the local area, while also incorporating the international appeal that defines Wegner's furniture" - Cobe founder and architect, Dan Stubbergaard.


Four architecture firms join forces to shape Copenhagen's harbourfront

In a unique collaboration among four Danish architecture firms – Cobe, Dorte Mandrup, JAJA Architects and Vandkunsten – alongside Sweco engineers, Cobe will be designing a dynamic mixed-use city district with up to 100,000 m² of harbor front housing and commercial spaces, interconnected by canals, bridges, and lush green areas in Copenhagen’s South Harbor. The project will focus on addressing the need for housing to be accessible to all in Copenhagen. It will include up to 1,000 large and small rental apartments and condominiums, and more than 25% of the total housing area will be designed as social housing. The ambition is to use biogenic materials wherever possible – including wood for structures. All buildings will target DGNB platinum certification and be constructed to align with the Reduction Roadmap initiative, that translates the principles of the Paris Agreement and the Planetary Boundary for Climate Change into CO₂ reduction targets for new Danish housing projects.

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Cobe wins the design competition for the future Danish Parliament

Cobe, together with Arcgency, Drachmann, and Sweco, have been announced as the winners of the competition to design the future Danish Parliament. The project aims to open up Denmark’s historic center of governance, creating an accessible and inviting meeting place where everyone can experience democracy up close.

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Maple House opens in Toronto

We are thrilled to announce the grand opening of Maple House, our first completed building in Canada, situated right in the vibrant heart of Toronto. The project brings affordable rental apartments to the city, while providing residents with generous apartments, flooded with light through floor-to-ceiling windows and access to attractive amenity spaces. The project stacks architectural components from the three surrounding neighbourhoods: Townhouses, warehouses and silos, creating a building complex that both responds to its surroundings and contributes by adding new distinctive, robust and diverse architecture.

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The Opera Park wins ArchDaily Building of the Year Award 2024

We are thrilled to announce that The Opera Park has won the ArchDaily Building of the Year Award 2024. Out of 75 finalists, the park has secured the prize in the 'Public & Landscape Architecture' category. This achievement holds immense significance for us, particularly because it's a crowd-sourced award. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who supported us and cast their votes.

The Opera Park stands as a new green oasis in the heart of Copenhagen, featuring six gardens and a greenhouse. Nestled between The Royal Danish Opera and Cobe’s soon-to-be completed Paper Island, The Opera Park offers a tranquil escape from the bustling life of the city.

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Dan Stubbergaard lectures at Harvard University

On April 9, Cobe founder and Professor in Practice of Urban Design, Dan Stubbergaard, will be delivering a keynote lecture at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, as part of the Harvard GSD Spring 2024 Public Program. Titled, 'City as a Resource - Cobe's Current Works on the City', the lecture will be open to the public and will also be streamed live on the GSD’s website.

Learn more here.