To design interesting, challenging and useful spaces for movement and recreation is the aim and vision of any architect planning new architecture and urban spaces for sport, leisure and culture. But can spatial design both be innovatory in connection with new ways of moving, and still answer the ordinary needs of everyday life in connection with sports activities?
In this course we want to face these questions and dilemmas, and discuss architectural design and body culture from different aspects. Our lecturers are well-known architects and experts in the field of architecture, urban design, health and body culture and will present their view on the interaction between body culture and architectural design. On two excursions we will have a closer look at some of the most recent developments for sport and recreation in Copenhagen. On site, architects and managers will introduce the projects and give us insight knowledge about the development and design.
Course Coordination, Centre for Sports and Architecture
2007 → 2011
Sted for afholdelse
Centre for Sports and Architecture, Institute of Planning, Danmark