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Cobe is looking for a 3D Visual Artist Intern

Cobe is looking for a talented 3D Visual Artist Intern. You will be working closely with our project teams, and your primary tasks will be producing high quality 3D visual renderings together with our two visual artists.

Read the full job advert for more details and how to apply here.

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Karen Blixen Plads wins Dezeen Awards 2020

Karen Blixens Plads wins Dezeen Awards 2020 - landscape project of the year - selected out of more than 4,300 entries from over 85 countries across five continents!

Identifying the world's best architecture, interiors and design, the award was given with the following words from the jury: "It's impressive - how they made this project feel like a breath of fresh air; it's egalitarian in spirit whilst triggering curiosity. A mix of landscape design and architecture, it offers a great solution to the problem of bike storage in Copenhagen."

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Dan Stubbergaard lectures online at the University of Washington

As part of his Visiting Professorship this year for the University of Washington, Department of Architecture, Founder of Cobe Dan Stubbergaard will present recent works of Cobe in an online lecture on November 24 at noon PST. Register for the lecture (for free) by submitting you name and email and you will recieve a link the day before.

See more info about the lecture and how to register here.

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Cobe is looking for a Swedish-speaking architect

Cobe is looking for a Swedish-speaking architect with professional experience from Sweden. Find more information on how to apply through the link below.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Cobe to design Culture School

Cobe, Norconsult and Gade&Mortensen Acustics win the competition to design a new culture school in the Danish city of Hjørring, and part of the city’s cultural axis.

An industrial and flexible truss supported structure will contain a learning landscape of wooden boxes stacked around a central common area functioning as the school’s communal heart and center stage. Each of the boxes will host a variety of functions - music studios, art studios, dance halls, classrooms and offices. Positioned to receive DGNB Gold certification, the one-of-kind culture school will be a informal, robust and flexible frame, set for completion in 2022.

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New Ultra-Fast Charging station opening in Aarhus

Electric car drivers can now get their EV charged while enjoying a spectacular view of the bay and harbor in Aarhus city. A single wooden canopy, constructed for future disassembly, offers ultra-fast charging with 300 kWh - not only minimizing the usual charging time but also creating a meaningful break for the driver and passenger.

The new station opening today is part of an upcoming network of 10,000 new charging points in Denmark, provided by Clever by 2025.

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Karen Blixens Plads nominated for DETAIL Readers' Prize 2020

As 1 of 13 projects, Karen Blixens Plads is nominated for DETAIL Readers’ Prize 2020 – the international award for innovative architecture, outstanding interior design and constructive highlights.

Awarded on the basis of public voting, vote for Karen Blixens Plads before October 30 2020 and help us win the DETAIL Readers' Prize.

Place your vote here.

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Køge Nord Station is finalist for UNESCO’s Prix Versailles award

Finalists for the Prix Versailles 2020 have been announced with Køge Nord Station as finalist n in the Passenger Station category – as one of six projects from around the world.

The Prix Versailles is awarded by UNESCO and the International Union of Architects (UIA). Each year the prize is awarded the world’s best projects encompassing a variety of qualities, including innovation, creativity, reflection of local, natural and cultural heritage, and energy efficiency, as well as the values of social interaction and participation which the United Nations holds in high regard.

The winner will be announced in December 2020.

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Cobe wins competition to transform Bremerhaven harbour into resilient, mixed-use city district

Cobe has been announced as winner of the competition to transform the former industrial harbor in Bremerhaven, Germany, into a 140 ha robust and resilient city district. Appreciating both new and existing structures, the masterplan is based on three equally important strategies for the blue, the green and the build. The project gives the water back to the city with a planned bio pool and a 6 km long harbor promenade, among others. The city district is planned with a focus on small neigbourhoods with their own social and cultural catalysts. The catalysts are reused historical buildings that preserve the former harbour’s inherent DNA, while helping to set the masterplan in motion.

Created in collaboration with Transsolar and SHP Ingenieure, the project consists of mixed-use developments integrated into the industrial heritage architecture preserved on-site, providing homes for approx. 7,000 inhabitants and workspaces for another 4,000.

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Dan Stubbergaard recieves the C. F. Hansen Medal

The Academy Council has bestowed Founder of Cobe Dan Stubbergard with the C. F. Hansen Medal – the highest honors from the academy – for his distinguished work and contribution to the arts.

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