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우리는 상호 입체로 되어서 접근이 불가능하지만 여기는 반대의 경우라서 접근이 가능한 것 같구요.
도심에서 가장 버려지기 쉬운 곳( urban void)을 리니어한 대지로 액티비티가 펼쳐지는
문화 공원으로 만들었어요.
계절에 따라 다양한 프로그램이 구성되네요. 산책길, 골프 코스, 겨울에는 눈썰매 등등..
공원이라는 곳이 수평적인 공간에서 오는 심리적인 안정감도 좋지만
다양한 레벨에서 오는 수직공간들이 연속성을 가질때도 재미있는 분위기
The design proposal of Danish practice Active City Transformation for a new activity park in one of Copenhagen's suburbs was recently selected as one of the nine winning entries for the competition entitled "A Good Detour" (En god omvej). The project is now scheduled for completion in 2012 and is receiving funding support from Realdania and The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities.
The intent of the competition was to encourage innovative design and planning concepts that would create better conditions for healthier and more active lifestyles, especially within the everyday spaces we inhabit. Ultimately, the winning projects will be used as examples that other cities and communities can emulate.
Out of the 59 municipalities who submitted proposals, only 9 were selected to develop and build their ideas. In collaboration with Solrød Municipality, a suburb of Copenhagen, ACT submitted a proposal to establish an activity park along the embankment of a highway noise barrier. The site is, as most noise highway barriers are, a vast 1.4 kilometer strip of land, directly adjacent to a large residential area and void of any desirable function.
In a country where vertical topography is a rarity, the proposed activity park will take advantage of the site’s ”hill” landscape, integrating a series of new experiences for local citizens, including walking and climbing paths and a sledding area during the winter.
The design concept calls for the establishment of four activity zones and a disc golf course along the entire site. Each of the activity areas is designed with a specific function and user group in mind. For example one area creates a new public performance space, while another is considered to be a “big kids” playground, catering to all ages. The design proposal also takes advantage of the existing site characteristics, utilizing a grove of trees, for example, to add intimacy to the performance space.
Apart from the proposed local improvements to the site, the activity park will also become a part of the municipality’s greater plan for a 4 kilometer long activity route through the center of the town.
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Project: Activity Park
Location: Solrød, DK
Type: Invited Competition, 1st Prize
Size: 5 Hectars
Budget: < 2,000,000 DKK ($360,000)
Partners: Solrød Municipality
Clients: Solrød Municipality
Status: Schematic Design Phase