sweco architects’ water sports center in denmark is built using recycled containers

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sweco architects is the design team responsible for the first stage of the new water sports center in halsskov, denmark. the project is an architectural intervention that will ensure accessibility to the water and water sports activities at the old ferry port.

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danish based firm sweco architects‘ diving tower is the region’s visible marker. the tower is designed for a jump from 4, 8 and 11 meters and has a distinctive yellow signal color that can be seen from the great belt bridge. the structure is made of three stacked containers, that turn gradually to generate an interesting interaction between activity, shadows and volumes.

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sweco architects designs the first stage of the new water sports center in halsskov

 

 

as a continuous theme, sweco architects’ ‘water sports center halsskov’ project recycles as many materials as possible from the former port, either directly or through upcycling. the precinct’s boundaries and benches consist of the former bulwarks from the ferry port, while new wooden decks consist of sawn bulwark. the facility buildings, also built by containers, are covered with heat treated wood from sustainable forestry that ensures minimal maintenance. on the energy-related side of the project, LED lighting is used to minimize total consumption.

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the facility buildings are built using containers

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furthermore, they’re covered with heat treated wood from sustainable forestry that ensures minimal maintenance

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sweco architects’ diving tower is the region’s visible marker

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the structure is made of three stacked containers

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the stacked containers gradually turn

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the diving tower generates an interesting interaction between activity, shadows and volumes

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the tower is designed for a jump from 4, 8 and 11 meters high

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it has a distinctive yellow signal color that can be seen from the great belt bridge

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master plan of the water sports center

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edited by: apostolos costarangos | designboom

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