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in partnership with IAKS international projects


details in both building and landscape are chosen to create a homogenous balance with the colours and surfaces of nature. All elements and products have been


consistently chosen to minimise the impact on the environment. All wood is certified and climate adaptation is integrated throughout both building and landscape.


www.adept.dk/projects


with trampolines, a slide and a climbing net along with a partly coated surface. Apart from some parts of the roof, most areas of the park are accessible to all. Other parts of the roof are covered in lush


greenery so that it looks part of the natural habitat from some vantage points. The remaining surfaces are clad in wood to allow the built structure to blend seamlessly with the promenade. Natural materials and honest


Project Team:


Architects - ADEPT Landscape architects - GHB Landscape Architects


Contractholder, engineer - Orbicon


User dialogue / user process - Rekommanderet Consulting engineers – Niras, Cowi


The International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities (IAKS) was founded in Cologne, Germany in 1965. It is the only non-profit organization concerned globally with sports and leisure facility development and is a Recognized Organization by the IOC. The IAKS comprises a global network of expertise in the design, construction and management of sports and leisure facilities and regularly


holds conferences and educational seminars. Since 1967, IAKS has published sb, a leading specialist magazine for sports architecture and the construction, modernization and management of sports and leisure facilities.


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