Architect, urbanist Vanessa Miriam Carlow to speak at Stuckeman School

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Stuckeman School is proud to present a lecture titled “100%” by professor Vanessa Miriam Carlow, at noon Monday, April 22, in Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space. The lecture is part of the free and open-to-the public Stuckeman School Lecture Series 2012-13.

Carlow, studied architecture and urbanism at Berlin and Delft University of Technology. She holds a master of arts in urban management from five European universities, and a doctorate from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.

In 2004, Carlow co-founded COBE, together with Dan Stubbergaard. The Danish-German office is internationally known for creation of the master plan for the conversion of the Northern Harbor in Copenhagen and the development plan for Copenhagen University. COBE has also produced award-winning buildings like The Library in Northwest Copenhagen and the Taastrup Theatre. In 2006, COBE won the Golden Lion of the 10th Architecture Biennale Venice for their contribution to the Danish Pavilion. Currently, COBE is designing a number of buildings in Scandinavia, including the Roskilde Rock Museum, DK (in collaboration with MVRDV), the Maritime Museum in Porsgrunn, NO (in collaboration with Transform) and the renovation of the Nørreport Train Station in Copenhagen.

Carlow was recently granted the professorship for sustainable urbanism at the University of Technology in Brunswick, Germany, and consulted for the City of Berlin hosting the city’s third International Building Exhibition – IBA Berlin 2020.

Carlow is published in ARCH, Arkitekten and Byplan. She will soon release “Climate Chan(g)ce” in “Building The Future – Maßstäbe des nachhaltigen Bauens“ (Jovis). COBE has been featured in newspapers, journals and monographs worldwide, including A+U and ORO.

The lecture series is free and open to the public. For additional information, contact Flora Eyster, fce2@psu.edu, at the Stuckeman School Communications Office.

Contacts: 

Flora Eyster Newburgh

Work Phone: 
814-863-7268
Last Updated April 16, 2013