This Wednesday, COBE’s Dan Stubbergaard will give a lecture in Istanbul at ​İş Sanat Cultural Center concerning COBE’s work for the past 10 years. He will be the third guest of the “T Meetings” series, which was guested by Sou Fujimoto and Winy Maas last year.

 

Check out the program here.

 

Date and time:

May 10 2017 6.30 - 10.30 pm

 

Location:

​İş Sanat Cultural Center, İş Towers, 34330 Levent, Istanbul, Turkey

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One year has passed since we celebrated the opening of Ragnarock - Denmark’s new museum of rock, pop and youth culture.

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The district plan for Paper Island has been approved by Copenhagen City Council, paving the way to begin site preparation in 2018 and construction in 2019. The future Paper Island will consist of a series of new halls for informal, public functions. Private housing will be placed on top of the halls encircling a green and intimate courtyard. The project is set for completion in 2021.

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Since 1902, the City of Copenhagen has once a year awarded the best buildings and urban environments of Copenhagen with the purpose to inspire architects and their commissioners to create innovative contemporary architecture, and thus increase quality of life for all inhabitants of Copenhagen. 

 

This year, Krøyers Plads is awarded Best Housing Project in the city, presented today at Copenhagen's city hall by Mayor of Culture and Leisure Carl Christian Ebbesen.

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Copenhagen Architecture Festival 2017 kicks off Thursday April 27, and in collaboration with the festival, COBE will be hosting a series of unique events.

 

In addition, COBE’s Dan Stubbergaard has together with designer Henrik Vibskov curated five films during the festival running from April 27 until May 7.

 

Debates:

May 3: CAFx COBE: Papirøen Revisited

May 4: CAFx DR K and COBE: Fantastiske Forvandlinger

 

Films:

April 27-May 6: Dan Stubbergaard x Henrik Vibskov 

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Krøyers Plads is the Architizer A+ Award Jury Winner in the Multi Unit Housing - Mid Rise (5-15 Floors) Category!

 

As the world’s largest and fastest growing website for architecture, Architizer's awards programme received entries from more than 100 countries this year representing the best of architecture and design worldwide. 


Read more about the winners of Architizer’s 2017 A+ Awards here.

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COBE - together with BIG, Hundsbæk & Henriksen, SLA, Dansk Energi Management & Esbensen, Teknologisk Institut, Gade & Mortensen and A KASSEN - is among 5 teams selected to participate in the international competition for the design of an aquatics centre and harbour pool uniquely located on Paper Island in the heart of Copenhagen's harbour.

 

The project is part of COBE’s winning masterplan for Paper Island where a series of new halls for informal, public functions are envisioned, one of them being a swimming hall. Private housing will be placed on top of the halls encircling a green and intimate courtyard.

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COBE’s landscape team is growing strong. This week, we welcome the 10th landscape architect to the office, ensuring unique in-house landscape capabilities and expertise.

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Tomorrow, Dan Stubbergaard will be keynote speaker at the fifth anniversary of Lyngby-Taarbæk City of Knowledge. The City of Knowledge is an association and alliance between a series of Danish private companies, research and educational institutions, public authorities, housing associations and citizens - all with a strong vision to develop the City of Lyngby into one of the leading knowledge-intensive university towns and business clusters in Northern Europe.

 

See more info about The City of Knowledge here.

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Roskilde Festival Folk High School is at the next stage of development as the project begins its construction today. The 3,000 m2 Roskilde Festival Folk High School is the first newly-established and newly-built folk high school of its kind in Denmark in 45 years, and also includes additional 2,600 m2 student housing. 

 

Roskilde Festival Folk High School and student housing will be completed in 2018 and is part of the masterplan for ROCKmagneten transforming the existing cement factories on site into a district for rock music, creativity and youth culture. COBE won the competition for ROCKmagneten in 2009 together with MVRDV.

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