Cobe to tranform the House of Denmark in Paris
Cobe, in collaboration with Moe, is selected to transform Maison du Danemark, the House of Denmark, located on the famed Parisian boulevard Avenue des Champs-Élysées, including an overall plan for the future transformation of the building and a massive reduction of the building’s CO₂ footprint, as well as a reconstruction of the exhibition hall that burned down in 2019.
"We are honoured and excited to be working with the House of Denmark to create the framework for a new sustainable institution, promoting Danish culture, values and savoir-faire for the 300,000 pedestrians that daily pass by the building," Dan Stubbergaard, Founder of Cobe.
Dan Stubbergaard appointed juror of Kasper Salin Prize
Founder of Cobe Dan Stubbergaard will be the first Danish juror of the Kasper Salin Prize. Established in 1962, the Kasper Salin Prize is regarded as the most prestigious architecture prize in Sweden, and is annually awarded by the Swedish Association of Architects to a significant building in Sweden of unique architectural quality.
This year's jury also include Karin Milles (City Architect of Norrkoping), Joakim Lyth (Wingårdhs) and Torun Hammar (The National Property Board Sweden).
Cobe is looking for a Graphic Design Student Assistant
Cobe is looking for a Student Assistant to assist our Graphic Designer. The perfect candidate is studying Graphic Communication at KADK, DMJX or a similar institution abroad. The candidate is proficient in using Adobe Creative Cloud (especially InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop), has experience with designing print and web material, speaks and writes English on a professional level, and generally thrives with graphic communication tasks.
You will be part of our communications team and work closely together with our Graphic Designer. The position is to be filled latest September 2020.
Read the full job advert here. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Cobe to create new design center for global automaker Geely in Sweden
Cobe is to create a new 14,000-m² design center for the multinational organisation Geely Design, which develops and executes new world-class designs for the Chinese global automaker Geely. The new building is going to form the setting for Geely Design’s development of, among others, the new electric car brand Lynk & Co. Located in a unique campus named ”Uni3 by Geely” on Gothenburg’s harbour front, Geely Design Center is set for completion in 2022.
Dan Stubbergaard, architect and founder of Cobe, comments on the project:
“We are very excited to work with Geely Group on their new design center in the heart of Gothenburg’s buzzing and beautiful harbour front. Electric vehicles are the way of the future and Geely Group’s innovative strategy and new ideas within this field fit perfectly with our mindset. Lynk & Co’s coming subscription service for electric cars, among others, is a potential gamechanger in the transition from fossil fuels to a more green, energy-efficient and CO₂-neutral transportation. Hopefully the new design center can help to promote this urgent transition even further”.
Cobe is looking for a BD Student Assistant
Cobe is looking for a talented and committed student assistant for our Business Development team to
start in September 2020. The position will mainly consist of assisting with tasks related to new business, but there will also occasionally be a need for assisting in solving tasks within PR and communications. We are hence looking for a person with a broad interest in communication of architecture, who thrives with different working tasks.
You will be part of our BD and communications team and have daily interaction with the whole team, but mainly our two BD Managers. The team’s overall goal is to strengthen and develop Cobe’s profile and brand, and by this means to secure Cobe’s pipeline of future projects.
See job advert below. We look forward to hearing from you!
Dear Lord Mayor of Copenhagen
As a part of the annual Copenhagen Architecture Festival, Cobe's Founder Dan Stubbergaard has written a personal letter to Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, Frank Jensen with the message to fight monotonous architecture, demand sustainable buildings and retain and cultivate diversity, so Copenhagen also in the future can be a city for everyone.
Open for business
Dear clients, collaborators and friends,
Cobe is closed for Corona, but open for business. Following the Danish Government’s guidelines to limit the spread of Covid-19, we have taken necessary actions to keep our colleagues, clients, collaborators and community safe.
This means for Cobe:
- As many employees as possible are working from home.
- Travel activities are replaced by virtual meetings.
- The number of physical meetings are reduced and replaced by virtual ones.
- Our café in Nordhavn is temporarily closed.
This situation has been met with an extraordinary level of energy from everybody at Cobe. Our commitment to meet each project’s obligations and to maintain each team’s productivity remain our highest priorities. We are collaborating and cooperating closer than ever, while working from our home offices across Copenhagen. When the situation stabilizes, we are looking forward to seeing you all again. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to reach out to us on any of our platforms for questions or business.
Dan Stubbergaard and the Cobe team
The Bella City district secures midterm DGNB Gold certification
The Bella City district in Copenhagen is the first urban area in Denmark to be midterm certified with a DGNB Gold certification, demonstrating an outstanding commitment to meeting sustainability objectives. Created in a collaboration between Solstra Development, Cobe and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects, Bella City has received the mid-term gold certification after 25% of the area has been completed.
Køge Nord Station wins Denmark's Structure Award 2019
The International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE) has awarded Køge Nord Station with Denmark's Structure Award 2019, highlighting the station's advanced engineering and unique architectural design. Built over two important railway lines as well as Denmark’s busiest stretch of motorway with nearly 100,000 cars passing daily, Køge Nord Station enables more efficient and sustainable transport to and from the Danish capital, thereby helping to reduce car congestion throughout Copenhagen's metropolitan area.
The Ultra-Fast Charging Stations win ArchDaily Building of the Year 2020 Awards
ArchDaily has announced Cobe's Ultra-Fast Charging Stations as winner of Building of the Year 2020 Awards. The award is the world's largest architecture prize centered around people’s opinion. Altogether, 15 projects from around the globe have won the prestigious award, out of almost 4,000 nominated projects and with more than 95,000 votes. The stations for electric cars won the award in the 'Commercial Architecture' category.