COBE, Nørreport Station and Israels Plads are shortlisted in LILA 2017 Award, organized by Landezine. COBE is shortlisted in the office category while Nørreport Station and Israels Plads in the project category.

 

As shortlistings, COBE, Nørreport Station and Israels Plads are among others competing for the popular votes, where the online community votes for his/her favorite office and project. Cast your vote for COBE and our projects here.

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COBE is looking for a 3D visual artist to join our team in Copenhagen. For more information, please read the job advert below. We look forward to hearing from you!

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The Danish contribution to last year’s Venice Biennale of Architecture opens today at the Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. The exhibition, Art of Many and The Right to Space shows how Danish architects insist on creating high quality architecture to benefit the community as a whole – not just the select few.

 

COBE contributes with 8 projects in the exhibition, including Nordhavn, Aarhus Central Station Area, Nørreport Station, Tingbjerg Culture House, The Library, Copenhagen's Kids City, Ragnarock Museum and Red Cross Volunteer House.

 

The exhibition is open from today to 1 October 2017.

 

Location:

Danish Architecture Centre, Strandgade 27B, Copenhagen, Denmark

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The construction of Karen Blixens Plads, also known as KUA University Square, has started. The 22,400 m2 plaza at the University of Copenhagen will be a superimposed surface of hills and valleys, offering high functional performance as well as a recreational resource. The plaza, one of the biggest in Copenhagen, is scheduled for completion in 2018.

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COBE is looking for Finnish-speaking architect with experience in project management and urban planning . For more information, please see the job advert below. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Join us at Monocle Quality of Life Conference 2017. COBE's Dan Stubbergaard participates in the Seameless Moves debate tomorrow discussing the future of transport and how we can create cities where mobility is accessible and works for all people.

 

Monocle Quality of Life Conference is an annual conference, gathering a diverse range of people spanning from entrepreneuers, architects, shop owners, media partners, property developers etc., for debates, informative panels, engaging hospitality and knowledge exchange. 

 

Date and time:

Seameless Moves debate with Dan Stubbergaard, scoo.me's Magnus Schmidt and Meike Niedbal from Deutsche Bahn: 30 June 2017 at 12.00 am

 

Location:

Römischer Hof Berlin, Unter den Linden 10, Berlin, Germany

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As the centrepiece of Copenhagen’s redeveloped Nordhavn, COBE unveils the completed transformation of The Silo. The former industrial silo was originally used as a storage container for grain. Fifty years later, the 17-storey silo has been converted for new use as a residential apartment building with 38 unique units, ranging from 106 m2 to 401 m2 in size, and with public functions such as event and dining facilities on the upper and lower levels.

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COBE is part of the exhibition “La ville en marchant”, opening on Monday at Archipel Centre De Culture Urbaine in Lyon, France. On show from COBE is Nørreport Station and Køge North Station.

 

“La ville en marchant” exhibits recent approaches and achievements on how to create and develop more qualitative urban environments for the pedestrians in our cities. The exhibition is based on projects from both Lyon and around the world. Read more about the exhibition here.

 

Date:

The exhibition will run from 20 June until 24 September 2017.

 

Location:

Archipel Centre De Culture Urbaine, 21 place des Terreaux, 69001 Lyon, France

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COBE is selected by CPH City & Port Development, Metroselskabet and the City of Copenhagen to design the Nordhavn Station forecourt - the first station of the Nordhavn metro extension operating in the beginning of 2020. Nordhavn Station is part of Copenhagen’s metro network, linked to the new city circle line, Cityringen, currently under construction.  

 

The station forecourt will be covered in red brick tiles emphasizing the identity of the surrounding red Århusgade neighbourhood, the southernmost part of Nordhavn, uniting metro station, forecourt and buildings.

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Dan Stubbergaard is currently leading a master studio at the University of Washington, Department of Architecture in Seattle, US. In that connection, he will deliver a lecture on COBE's learnings from Copenhagen the past 10 years. The lecture is free and open to the public.

 

Read more about it here.

 

Date and time:

24 May at 6.00 PM

 

Location: 

Architecture Hall 147, University of Washington, Department of Architecture, Seattle, Washington, US

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