C.F. møller + berg arkitektkontor: skipark 360°
C.F. møller + berg arkitektkontor: skipark 360° C.F. møller + berg arkitektkontor: skipark 360°
sep 26, 2011

C.F. møller + berg arkitektkontor: skipark 360°

‘skipark 360°’ by C.F. møller architects + berg arkitektkontor, bålsta, stockholm, sweden all images courtesy of C.F. møller architects + berg arkitektkontor

scandinavian practice C.F. møller architects has collaborated with swedish firm berg arkitektkontor to propose ‘skipark 360°’, an indoor skiing facility in stockholm, sweden. positioned within the swedish countryside, this elevated, enclosed downhill ski slope and tunnel is supported with a series of descending pillars. the open air form maintains unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape and allows wildlife to pass between the dominant column line. capable of hosting the world cup, the 70,000 square meter facility will serve as an amateur and elite training location for cross country skiing, ice hockey, snowboarding and figure skating along with a biathlon arena. ground level restaurants, shops, conference centers and a hotel will accommodate visitors with access to the surrounding forest and lakes.

exterior of structure

the pinnacle of the downhill run reaches a height of 135 meters making this one of sweden’s largest structures. the tapering form attempts to reduce its visual impact with a blanched concrete panel facade while an outdoor terrace at the highest point of the inclined roof offers panoramic vistas. geothermal heating, solar power, wind and hydropower sources will generate energy to create a self supporting center.

open support structure allows sight lines through the building

view of elevated ski slope from below

ground level entrance

ski lift and slope within building

roof terrace overlooking the countryside

aerial view

video courtesy of C.F. møller architects + berg arkitektkontor

project info:

client: skipark 360° size: 70.000 m² address: bålsta, stockholm, sweden year: 2013-2015 architect: C.F. møller architects | berg arkitektkontor collaborators: NCC

  • Pharaonic ego…. no good

    riccardo says:
  • [url=https://www.designboom.com] designboom [/url]
    monumental, isolated rocket launch pad – desperately needs to be integrated with other facilities

    royarch says:

    ojc says:
  • Great idea. Only needs a bungy jump at the end to increase the usage d’-)

    Jetwax says:
  • why? why? why?

    nati says:
  • nati, Your comment is just perfect… Why?? why?? why??

    Leeya says:
  • Oh GOD! things designed for/in DUBAI should stay in DUBAI

    Andres says:

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