*스웨덴 인도어 스키장[ C. F. Møller Architects ] Skipark 360°

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스톡홀롬의 새로운 랜드마크를 꿈, 우리 평창도 꿈 꿀 수 있을까?

계획과 같이 준공된다면 스웨덴에서 가장 거대한 건축물이 될 높이 135미터
스키파크360은 스웨덴의 광활한 자연 속에 또다른 랜드스케이프 이자 랜드마크가 될 것이다.
스키파크 360의 스펙타클한 매력은 사람들을 유입시키며 지상 최대의 인도어 스키장으로 디자인 될 것이다.

(700미터의 다운힐 스로프와 160미터의 드롭존으로 세계 최장이다.)
여기에 아마추어와 선수가 동시에 만족하며 즐길 수 있는 슬로프의 제공은 대회를 위한 일회성 시설이 아닌 사계절 즐길 수 있는 레크레이션 스페이스로도 운영되어 스웨덴의 퍼블릭 스페이스가 될 것이다 . 또한 호텔, 레스토랑, 등 각종 부대시설의 지원은 장차 관광단지로써 자립지역의 면모를 갖추지 않을까 싶다.
그리고 향후 운영될 에너지원은 자가 충족 할 수 있는 지속가능한 에너지 시스템을 계획하여 지속가능한 건축물로써 인정 받게 될 것이다. (지열, 태양판, 풍력, 그리고 수력사용 예정)

단순함이 주는 거대함은 보는 것만으로도 충격으로 다가올 정도로 임펙트가 크다. 단순히 드라마틱하다고 말할 수 있을까?
그것만은 아닐 것이다. 건축이 환경에게 주는 것은 그것을 지배하려는 외형적인 힘이 아니라 그것과 동화 될려는 무형의 아름다움이기 때문이다. 스웨덴의 새로운 역사가 언제 새롭게 쓰여질지 기대된다.


reviewed by SJ,오사


The Swedish branch of C. F. Møller Architects, Berg Arkitektkontor, has designed Sweden’s new, spectacular skiing attraction, Skipark 360°, the world’s most complete indoor ski park with e.g. a 700 m long downhill slope and a drop of 160 m, making it the only indoor ski slope in the world to meet the requirements for hosting the World Cup.





Project: SKIPARK 360°, SWEDEN
Client: Skipark 360°
Size: 70.000 m²
Address: Bålsta, Stockholm, Sweden
Year: 2013-2015
Architect: C. F. Møller Architects | Berg Arkitektkontor
Collaborators: NCC


At a height of approx. 135 m, it will be one of Sweden’s largest buildings, and will become a landmark in the forest landscape just outside Stockholm. Construction of the ca. 1.5-2 billion Swedish kroner project is expected to start at the turn of 2013/2014.



The idea for the Skipark 360° in Bålsta – 45 minutes outside of Stockholm – came about as this proud skiing nation has experienced reduced snowfall in the last couple of years. With the new facilities, approx. 70,000 m2 in total, both elite and amateur athletes can train and enjoy the skiing season throughout the year.



In addition to the downhill run, the complex will also contain a 3.5 km cross-country skiing tunnel, an arena for biathlon, ice hockey and figure skating, and a snow park for snowboarding. There will also be restaurants, shops, a spa and hotel and conference facilities, offering panoramic views of the countryside.



Sweden’s new icon

The icon for the complex will be its downhill slope, which will rise as a new landmark. The building has a striking appearance, with a simplified silhouette that emphasizes the Swe-dish landscape of forest and lakes. But it is also dramatic in size – at a height of approx. 135 m, it will be one of Sweden’s largest structures, and will possess a visual tension in the vast building’s few support points, which taper downwards and meet the forest floor at an angle.


Self-sufficient in energy

Worldwide there are today approx. 30 indoor ski resorts for alpine use – the probably most well-known is in Dubai.

A newly-developed concept will ensure that the complex is the most eco-friendly of its kind in the world. The complex will thereby be self-sufficient in energy from renewable sources such as geothermal heating, solar power, wind power and hydropower.



Skipark 360° has just signed an agreement with NCC to become the first partner on the project. NCC will also be board member on the project, and the parties signed a cooperation agreement that NCC will be in charge of the construction. The aim is to start construction at the turn of 2013/2014 and be able to inaugurate the new complex two years later.

The cost of the entire complex is an estimated 1.5 to 2 billion SEK. The visitors are expectedly the 3.5 million people living within an hour’s journey of the complex. In addition the new facilities are located close to the Stockholm airport Arlanda, close to the motorway E18 and in an area with good public transportation. The expected number of visitors is 550,000 a year.


Success in Sweden

C. F. Møller Architects has in recent years headed a great number of large construction projects in Sweden. This is the result of a focused effort. To strengthen the company’s position in Sweden, C. F. Møller in 2007 took over the Swedish company Berg Arkitekt-kontor. The Swedish branch of C. F. Møller has since then worked with assignments such as the national stadium of Stockholm, Swedbank Arena, with seating for 57,500 specta-tors. Among the latest big winning projects are the new, 70,000 m2 cutting-edge laboratory building Biomedicum, a unifying power house for research at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, and a new ferry terminal for the city of Stockholm for the ferry connections to Finland and the Baltics. At present the Stockholm Branch is also working on a master plan for the re-development of the Lock, Slussen, in central Stockholm and an extension of the Vasa Museum.


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