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Copenhagen’s Public Spaces

Copenhagen is a think tank for the liveable city designed for people. The city aims to be carbon neutral by 2025 and is currently reinventing itself quite successfully. Its self-image as a liveable city for the people is being upheld by the steady expansion and improvement of public spaces and their qualities. Infrastructure projects, such as the revitalization of the harbour and increased cycling paths, as well as new buildings and urban squares along the Øresund, are critical milestones in the city’s ambitious urban development programme.

Dan Stubbergaard and the team at his Danish architectural firm Cobe have played a decisive role in shaping Copenhagen’s new cityscape. Their designs are known for fostering a high quality of life in the city, creating dynamic and functional urban spaces and making them attractive for young and old alike. How can we succeed in activating the public with architecture? A conversation with Dan Stubbergaard of Cobe about public spaces in Copenhagen.


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14th of December, Tuesday, 5 p.m. (MEZ)
Book Talk: Copenhagen’s Public Spaces 
Dan Stubbergaard from Cobe in conversation with Sandra Hofmeister
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