Cobe to transform 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.