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Just yesterday, the City of Frederiksberg, Denmark, the Danish Foundation for Culture and Sport Facilities and Realdania announced MVRDV and ADEPT winner of the House of Culture and Movement competition in Frederiksberg, Denmark.
The building is a new urban typology with its mix of community center, exhibition and performance, playground, park and health center. The House of Culture and Movement is aimed to engage the population of Frederiksberg in a healthy and active life style. The 4,000 m2 building is set in 4,500m2 public gardens and is the first in a series of 3 buildings. The first phase is to be completed in 2015 and has a total budget of 17 million Euro.
The main ambition for the House of Culture and Movement is to offer the Flintholm neighborhood a dynamic meeting point for people of all ages taking part in a wide range of activities. Health, culture, leisure and education should smoothly blend together to create a spectacular architectural experience that will become a destination.
The main building, the House of Culture and Movement, or Ku-Be (Kultur- og Bevægelseshus) is a rectangular glass volume containing six stacked ideal programmatic elements. The space in-between can be programmed flexibly as a ‘play zone’ with various activities and main circulation. The stacked elements hold more specific uses: a theater, a health zone, food zone, a zen area, a study center and exhibition hall, fitness and activity center, a wellness center and an area for the administration. The theater is flexible and can be used in different stage and audience settings; in addition its large window allows it to be used as an open air theater where the public stays in the garden. The building is a truly multifunctional public center which engages its users.
The 3 volumes are wrapped in an ‘urban curtain’ that acts as frame for the garden. It offers great flexibility and can be used for art projects, bicycle parking, water and light installations, performances – and curtains.
The garden, designed in collaboration with SLA landscape architects, is fit for multiple uses acting as an activated, spectacular public space for the area. The landscaping follows the themes of the interior of the House of Culture and Movement with a performance area, health and activity zones, a quiet zone, connecting zones and an empty zone reserved for House of Culture and Movement 2.
The project will be phased. The House of Movement, the garden and the urban curtain will be first realizations. In later stages a commercial building and a second House of Movement will be added. Climate and energy technology is based on reliable technologies such as solar panels, natural ventilation and underground hot and cool storage resulting in a highly efficient low energy building.
The project is designed by MVRDV, Rotterdam, and ADEPT, Copenhagen, in a joint effort with SLA landscape architects, Søren Jensen engineers, Imitio, Winnie Ricken, Copenhagen, Max Fordham, London, and Ducks Scèno, Paris. Earlier MVRDV and ADEPT teamed up and won the competition for the Roedovre Sky Village, a flexible mix-use skyscraper currently in development.
Frederiksberg is an independent municipality to the west of Copenhagen’s city center. Entirely surrounded by Copenhagen, the House of Culture and Movement is planned near Flintholm metro station. Realdania, Copenhagen, and The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities, co-fund the project.
Realdania is a strategic foundation created with the objective of initiating and supporting projects that improve the built environment. Its mission is to improve quality of life for the common good through the built environment. The mission of The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities is to develop, consult and support construction of sports, culture and leisure facilities with heavy architectural and functional demands.

Fonte: Bustler

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MVRDV and ADEPT win competition for House of Culture and Movement

Today the City of Frederiksberg, Denmark, the Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities, and Realdania named MVRDV and ADEPT winners of the House of Culture and Movement competition in Frederiksberg, Denmark. The building is intended as a new urban typology. It houses a community centre, an exhibition and performance space, a playground, park and health centre. The House of Culture and Movement is aimed to engage the population of Frederiksberg in a healthy and active life style. The 4,000 sq m building is set in 4,500 sq m public gardens and is the first in a series of 3 buildings. The first phase is to be completed in 2015 and has a total budget of €17m.

The main building is a rectangular glass volume containing six stacked program elements with a flexible space in between to be used as a play zone and for circulation. The stacked elements contain a theatre, a health zone, food zone, a zen area, a study centre and exhibition hall, fitness and activity centre, a wellness centre and an area for the administrative offices. The three volumes are wrapped in an ‘urban curtain’ that acts as a frame for the garden. It offers great flexibility and can be used for art projects, bicycle parking and water and light installations. The garden, designed in collaboration with SLA landscape architects, is fit for multiple uses acting as an activated, spectacular public space for the area.

The House of Culture and Movement, the garden, and the urban curtain will be realised in the first phase of the multi-phase project. In later stages, a commercial building and a second House of Movement will be added.

Sharon McHugh
US Correspondent

Fonte: World Architecture News

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Em fase de concurso, este tipo de imagens têm como intenção mostrar qualidades do espaço, ideias. A guarda e as indicações que se possam fazer para os cegos para resolver a questão não assumem grande importância nesta fase.

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