German architect Vanessa Miriam Carlow, along with Danish architect Dan Stubbergaard, founded Cobe in 2005. In 2006 the firm won the Golden Lion at the 10th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale for the project Co-Ecolution, which was made in collaboration with three other young Danish practices.
In March 2009 the firm won the large international competition for a masterplan for the North Harbour area in Copenhagen. This success has been followed by a number of other wins in planning competitions, such as those of the North Campus area in Copenhagen (2011); the Central Station area in Aarhus, Denmark; and Lund Science Village in Lund, Sweden. The practice has also designed a number of buildings and urban spaces.
- ARCH 8913/5116/5101/4102/4101 Option StudioGraduate vertical design studio.