Danish Design Lecture Series: Dan Stubbergaard, Nov. 24


As part of our Danish Design lecture series, noted architect Dan Stubbergard will join us on Tuesday, Nov. 24 at noon PST.   Please visit this link to register.

Dan Stubbergaard founded Cobe in 2006. He is trained as an architect from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, in Copenhagen. Inspired by the transformation of Copenhagen from an industrial port city to a beacon for liveability and sustainability, he is the leading figure in Cobe’s work to create surroundings that actively contribute to extraordinary everyday life. He believes architects have a profound responsibility to create resilient, long-term solutions that improve life – cities, buildings and landscapes that are made to outlast our generation. Having received national and international acclaim for his work, including the C.F. Hansen Royal Medal from the Danish Academy Council in 2020, Nykredit’s Architecture Award in 2012 and the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale in 2006, he has designed and completed award-winning projects globally. He is a frequent speaker in public debates and lectures at universities, cultural institutions, conferences and symposiums around the world. Dan is also the Scan|Design Foundation Distinguished Visiting Professor this year for the Department of Architecture.


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