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Cobe's new addition to one of Copenhagen's most significant historic boulevards fits in and stands out

Completing a vacant corner site along one of the most historic boulevards in central Copenhagen, established in the 1700’s as the King’s road leading from the city center to Frederiksberg Palace, Frederiksberg Alle 41 adapts to its immediate listed surroundings and enhances the unique cultural heritage of the area. The building on one hand fits in, and on the other hand, it stands out.

In addition to becoming a new infrastructural node for public transport, built on top of a metro station, Frederiksberg Allé 41 is also a social and cultural focal point in the neighborhood- with its food and cultural functions. It is a new gateway to the neighborhood and its nearby theaters, museums, and parks, and also a generator of urban life, reinforcing the area’s position as an vibrant and important destination within the Danish capital.

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Denmark's first urban, ultra-fast charging station wins Auto Awards 2021 - News of the Year

The latest ultra-fast charging station for electric vehicles, designed by Cobe and developed by Clever, wins Auto Awards 2021, News of the Year. Located in Frederiksberg in central Copenhagen, the ultra-fast charging station is the first urban station of its kind in Denmark, making it more convenient to have an electric vehicle in the city center, while providing a meaningful break for the driver and passenger.

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Cobe is looking for Danish-speaking landscape architects

Cobe is looking for two Danish-speaking landscape architects, with experience in detailed design, and urban planning and urban space design, respectively.

For job advert, go to this link.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Dan Stubbergaard is part of the jury for PHI Contemporary

Dan Stubbergaard is part of the jury for the international architectural competition for PHI Contemporary - a cultural institution in Old Montreal, Canada, dedicated to exploring the contemporary through public engagement with art and culture. The future museum will house exhibition spaces, a network of new media galleries, mediation, research and studio spaces, and an expansive public domain. He will be joining respected colleagues from the international artistic and architectural scene, including Amale Andraos (WORKac), Elizabeth Diller (Diller Scofidio + Renfro) and Ippolito Pestellini (OMA/AMO and 2050+), among others.

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Cobe is looking for a Danish-speaking Executive Assistant

Cobe is looking for a Danish-speaking Executive Assistant. You will be responsible for the day-to-day schedule and overall support of Founder Dan Stubbergaard, especially concerning complex meeting coordination, and various ad hoc tasks relating to HR and operations.

For more details on the position, follow this link.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Cobe wins competition for Mühlendamm Bridge in Berlin

In collaboration with Arup, Cobe has won the competition for the Mühlendamm Bridge in Berlin - one of the main east-west arteries in the city's historic Mitte district. The project transforms a heavy infrastructural node into a generous public space for people, offering bicycle lanes, pedestrian zones, a new tram line, and stands for the public to relax and enjoy the spectacular views of Berlin's iconic Cathedral and TV Tower.

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Denmark's first urban, ultra-fast charging station is open to the public

Located next to Frederiksberg City Hall in central Copenhagen, Denmark's first urban, ultra-fast charging station supports a cleaner and greener transportation in Denmark. The station is able to charge 4 electric vehicles at the same time, and provides drivers a pleasant, natural environment for relaxing while waiting for their car to charge up. Composed of two timber canopies, designed for disassembly, reuse and upcycling, the station is part of Clever and Cobe’s modular system of ultra-fast charging stations currently being rolled out across Europe.

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Karen Blixens Plads wins AZ Awards 2021

Karen Blixens Plads is the people's choice winner in AZ Awards 2021 - selected from more than +1,200 entries from 57 countries.

Azure Magazine elaborates on the award: "Boasting a resplendent topography, Karen Blixens Plads in Copenhagen is both a 20,000-squaremetre public space and a parking lot large enough for 2,000 bicycles. Architect Dan Stubbergaard of local firm Cobe achieved this feat by stacking one program element on top of the other. On the surface, the square is an undulating landscape, half hardscrabble, half green, and perfect for bike rides or summertime strolls. But in key locations, the space is punctuated with whimsical circles to reveal semi-submerged parking lots beneath the artificial mounds. Karen Blixens Plads is a climate park, too: During heavy storms, when nobody’s biking anyway, the storage will become a massive rainwater collector."

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Two Cobe projects announced as winners of the Danish Concrete Award 2021

Every second year, the Danish concrete association, Dansk Beton, recognizes the most excellent and sustainable concrete projects in Denmark. For the 2021 prize-giving, Orientkaj Station has been announced as winner of the Sustainable Concrete Award 2021, and Karen Blixens Plads the winner of the In-Situ Award 2021.

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Cobe completes second project at adidas headquarters

Cobe has completed its second project for adidas. Located at adidas World of Sports headquarters in Germany, HOMEGROUND is an ultimate hub for team-building and creativity that brings people together and enables success. Designed as a hidden village in the woods and constructed of cross-laminated timber, it will host the German National football team during the UEFA EURO 2020 tournament, before opening up to adidas staff and future visiting sports teams.

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