A multi-purpose hall, which brings together Stavtrup's many sports- and leisure activities and with a simple and rational concept gives the users a sense of being gathered under one roof.
The Nordhavn Islands are an urban park on the water, connecting C.F. Møllers Copenhagen International School with the quarter and the quarter with the rest of Copenhagen.
Dynamic and sustainable of activity landscape around ‘The Heart’ – Ikast’s new gathering and activity point that brings together teaching, sport, leisure, culture and social elements.
The world's most complete indoor ski park.
Competition proposal for new multifunctional arena for shows and sports events accommodating 15000 spectators
Sweden's national stadium accomodating up to 65,000 spectators.
The catalogue of ideas 'New life for old swimming baths' proposes how best to transform old swimming baths into modern swimming pools and wellness centres. Ringkøbing Swimming Centre is the pilot project.
New judges' stand and clubhouse built together with the existing boathouse.
Vejle FC’s new club facilities at Bredal Kær includes 6 playing fields, a new clubhouse and changing rooms.
Indoor multi-arena for up to 16,200 spectators.
Multi-use stadium with a capacity of 21,000 people.
The Motor Skills Hall is a sports hall designed to encourage children to practise physical movement.
A new stadium built over the famous Bislett Stadium in Oslo.
SkyView is an attraction, consisting of two glass gondolas, lifting visitors up along the outside of Stockholm’s multipurpose arena the Ericsson Globe Arena.
Proposal for an urban centre for research and education in women's sports.
Proposal for new public swimming baths close to the woods of Ängelholm Kommune.
The stadium has been improved on the inside with new facilities and the facade has been shaped like a crystal.
Proposal for the multifunctional entertainment complex.
Extension and rebuilding of Aarhus Idrætspark (today called NRGI Park) with hotel, offices, sports centre, new stands, etc.
Renewal of Denmark's National Stadium 'Parken' in Copenhagen.