Dan Stubbergaard

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Dan Stubbergaard
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Born (1974-01-30) January 30, 1974 (age 47)
CitizenshipDanish
EducationArchitect
Alma materThe Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
OccupationArchitect

Dan Stubbergaard (born 30 January 1974) is a Danish architect and founder of the architectural firm Cobe.[1]. The practice was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2006 and currently has 150 employees.

Dan Stubbergaard and Cobe is behind several award-winning design projects – e.g. Nørreport Station[2] – Copenhagen’s busiest station; The Silo[3] and the planning of Copenhagen’s Nordhavn[4] (North Harbor)district – Scandinavia’s biggest urban development to date; Halftime[5] – a new iconic building for adidas’ headquarters in Germany; Ragnarock -– Denmark’s museum for rock music in Roskilde[6] ; and the development of Papirøen (Paper Island)[7] in Copenhagen.

Alongside his architectural practice, Dan Stubbergaard has been active as a teacher, visiting professor, board member, international speaker and lecturer and is the receiver of several architectural awards.

Biography

Dan Stubbergaard graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture[8], Copenhagen, in 2001. From 2001 – 2002 he worked as an architect for MVRDV[9] in Rotterdam in The Netherlands and then moved back to Copenhagen to work with Bjarke Ingels[10] on his former practice PLOT, where he worked from 2002-2005. In 2006 Dan founded his current practice Cobe in Copenhagen.

Today, the company employees more than 150 professionals devoted to creating cities, buildings and landscapes across the globe.

Since 2018, Cobe’s studio has been located in the new city district of Nordhavn in Copenhagen, ten years after winning the master plan competition for the area. It has brought with it many spin-off projects, including The Silo, The Tip of Redmolen[11], Kronløb Island[12] and many others.

Professional affiliations

  • 2017-: Board member of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen, DK[13].
  • 2017-: Member of Dreyer’s Foundation Architecture Gallery Award Committee, DK[14].
  • 2015-: Visiting professor, University of Washington, Seattle, US[15].
  • 2014-2017: Member of Nykredit’s Architectural Award Committee, DK.
  • 2011-2013: Member of the Danish Arts Foundation’s Architecture Committee, DK[16].
  • 2008: Member of the Society of Artists under The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen, DK.
  • 2006-: Founder and Creative Director, COBE, Copenhagen, DK[17]
  • 2004-2008: Teacher at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen, DK.
  • 2004-: External examiner at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, and Aarhus School of Architecture, appointed by The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, DK.
  • 2002-2005: Architect, PLOT, Copenhagen, DK.
  • 2001-2002: Architect, MVRDV, Rotterdam, NL.
  • 2001-: Member of the Danish Association of Architects Employment, DK.

Selected completed projects

  • 2019: Frederiksberg Allé 41, Copenhagen, DK[18]
  • 2019: Alfred Nobels Bro, Copenhagen, DK[19]
  • 2019: Designmuseum Denmark, Copenhagen, DK[20]
  • 2019: Roskilde Festival Folk High School, Roskilde, DK[21]
  • 2019: Ultra-Fast Charging Stations for Electric Cars, Fredericia, DK[22]
  • 2019: Køge Nord Station, Køge, DK[23]
  • 2019: Karen Blixens Plads, Copenhagen, DK[24]
  • 2018: Adidas HalfTime, Herzogenaurauch, DE[25]
  • 2018: Tingbjerg Culture House and Library, Copenhagen, DK[26]
  • 2017: The Silo, Copenhagen, DK[27]
  • 2017: Red Cross Volunteer House, Copenhagen, DK[28]
  • 2017: Kids’ City, Copenhagen, DK[29]
  • 2017: Landgangen, Esbjerg, DK[30]
  • 2016: Ragnarock - Museum for Pop, Rock and Youth Culture, Roskilde, DK[31]
  • 2015: Krøyers Plads, Copenhagen, DK[32]
  • 2015: Nørreport Station, Copenhagen, DK[33]
  • 2015: Frederiksvej Kindergarten, Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, DK[34]
  • 2014: Israels Plads, Copenhagen, DK,[35]
  • 2014: Forfatterhuset Kindergarten, Copenhagen, DK[36]
  • 2013: Porsgrunn Maritime Museum, Porsgrunn, NO[37]
  • 2012: The Danish Pavilion for Expo 2012, Yeosu, South Korea[38]
  • 2012: Vester Voldgade, Copenhagen, DK[39]
  • 2011: The Library, Copenhagen, DK[40]
  • 2009: Taastrup Theatre, Taastrup, DK[41]

Selected projects under construction (Completion year)

  • Europahafenkopf, Bremen, DE, (2021)[42]
  • Papirøen, København, DK, (2023)[43]
  • The Tip of Redmolen, Nordhavn, DK, (2022)[44]
  • Place Schuman, Bruxelles, BE (2022)[45]
  • West Don Lands, Toronto, CA (2022)[46]
  • Kronløb Island, Copenhagen, DK (2023)[47]
  • The Opera Park, Copenhagen, DK (2023)[48]
  • ESS - European Spallation Source, Lund, SE, (2013-2025)[49]

Selected exhibitions (exhibition year)

  • 2020: Our Urban Living Room, Aedes, Berlin, DE[50]
  • 2018: Our Urban Living Room, Laituri, Helsinki, FI
  • 2016: Our Urban Living Room, DAC – the Danish Architecture Center, Copenhagen, DK[51]

Selected publications (publication year)

  • 2018: The Silo, Strandberg Publishing[52]
  • 2016: Our Urban Living Room, Arvinius+Orfeus Publishing[53]

Selected awards

  • 2020: MIPIM Award Finalist – Best Industrial & Logistics Development[54]
  • 2020: Archdaily Building of the Year Award[55]
  • 2020 German Design Award[56]
  • 2019: Dezeen Awards Finalist[57]
  • 2019: Architizer A+ Awards Jury Winner[58]
  • 2019: Fast Company’s Innovation by Design Award Honoree[59]
  • 2019: Danish Design Award Finalist[60]
  • 2019: IABSE Denmark’s Structure Award
  • 2019: Red Dot Communication & Brands Award[61]
  • 2018: Civic Trust Award[62]
  • 2018: MIPIM Award Finalist – Best Refurbished Building
  • 2018: CTBUH Awards – Best Tall Building Europe[63]
  • 2018: AZ Awards – Best Residential Architecture[64]
  • 2018: Global Galvanizers Award
  • 2018: RENOVER Prisen[65]
  • 2018: Architizer Project of the Year Award A+ Award
  • 2018: German Design Award
  • 2018: Building Awards – The Infrastructure Award
  • 2017: German Design Award
  • 2017: Danish Landscape Award
  • 2017: ArchDaily Building of the Year Award
  • 2017: Wallpaper*Design Award
  • 2017: Architizer A+ Awards
  • 2017: Green Good Design Award[66]
  • 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2011: Copenhagen Award for Architecture
  • 2017: Landezine International Landscape Award
  • 2016: Danish Lighting Award
  • 2016: WAN Transport Award
  • 2016: Eckersberg Royal Medal[67]
  • 2016: European Prize for Urban Public Space
  • 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012: Børsen Gazelle Award[68]
  • 2015: Iconic Award – Visionary Architecture
  • 2015: MIPIM Award Finalist – Best Futura Project
  • 2015: Dreyer’s Foundation Grand Prize of Honor[69]
  • 2013: Byggeskikprisen
  • 2012: MIPIM Award – Best Refurbished Building[70]
  • 2012: Nykredit’s Architecture Prize[71]
  • 2007: Nykredit’s Motivation Award
  • 2006: The Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture[72]

In the media

     

External link

References

  1. "Cobe".
  2. "Nørreport Station".
  3. "The Silo".
  4. "Nordhavnen".
  5. "HALFTIME".
  6. "Museum Ragnarock".
  7. "Paper Island".
  8. "The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation".
  9. "MVRDV".
  10. "Bjarke Ingels".
  11. "Redmolen".
  12. "Kronløb Island".
  13. "Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademis Skoler for Arkitektur, Design og Konservering". Retrieved 3 March 2020.
  14. "Dreyers Foundation". Retrieved 3 March 2020.
  15. "University of Washington".
  16. "Danish Art Foundation".
  17. "Cobe". Retrieved 3 March 2020.
  18. "Frederiksberg Allé 41".
  19. "Alfred Nobels Bro". Danish Design Review.
  20. "Designmuseum Denmark". Archdaily.
  21. "Roskilde Festival Højskole". Dezeen.
  22. "Ultra Fast Charging Stations". Designboom.
  23. "Køge Nord Station".
  24. "Karen Blixens Plads". Dezeen.
  25. "HALFTIME". Architect Magazine.
  26. "Tingbjerg Library and Culture House". Arcspace.
  27. "The Silo". Archdaily.
  28. "Red Cross Volunteer House". Dezeen.
  29. "Kids City Christianshavn". Danish Design Review.
  30. "Landgangen".
  31. "Museum Ragnarock". Designboom.
  32. "Krøyers Plads". Detail.
  33. "Nørreport Station". Copenhagen By Design.
  34. "Frederiksvej Kindergarten".
  35. "Israels Plads". Topos.
  36. "Forfatterhuset".
  37. "Porsgrunn Maritime Museum". world-architects.com.
  38. "The Danish Pavilion for Expo 2012". DR.
  39. "Vester Voldgade".
  40. "The Library". world-architects.com.
  41. "Taastrup Teater".
  42. "Europahafenkopf". Archello.
  43. "Paper Island". Archdaily.
  44. "Tip of Redmolen".
  45. "Place Schuman". Dezeen.
  46. "West Don Lands". Canadian Architect.
  47. "Kronløb Island". Archdaily.
  48. "The Opera Park". Politiken.
  49. "ESS - European Spallation Source". Archinect.
  50. "Our Urban Living Room". Retrieved 3 March 2020.
  51. "Our Urban Living Room".
  52. The Silo. Strandberg Publishing.
  53. Our Urban Living Room. Arvinius+Orfeus Publishing. p. 504. ISBN 978-91-87543-39-5.
  54. "MIPIM Awards 2020".
  55. "Archdaily Building of The Year Award 2020". Archdaily.
  56. "Cobe wins German Design Award".
  57. "Dezeen Awards 2019 Shortlists". Dezeen.
  58. "Architizer A+ Awards Jury Winner".
  59. "fast company innovation by design awards 2019 winners". Fastcompany.
  60. "Danish Design Award".
  61. "HALFTIME".
  62. "The Silo".
  63. "The Silo".
  64. "The Silo".
  65. "The Silo". Politiken.
  66. "Krøyers Plads".
  67. "Eckersberg Royal Medal".
  68. "Børsen Gazelle". Dagens Byggeri.
  69. "Dreyer's Foundation Grand Prize of Honor".
  70. "The Library".
  71. "Nykredit Architecture Prize".
  72. "Golden Lion for Best National Participation".

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