该项目是Ørestad的第一座无障碍公共建筑，同时也是这一靠近哥本哈根的新城市开发区中体量最小的一栋建筑。NORD Architects与使用者共同设计了这座体育中心，旨在为当地居民提供优质的体育活动场所。NORD Architects的合伙人Morten Gregersen说：“这座多功能的建筑旨在成为一个活跃的城市空间，它将在Ørestad的高楼大厦和林荫道间创造一个新的可持续社区。”
The first public accessible building in Ørestad City close to Copenhagen City is also the smallest building in this newly developed area. The sport facility is designed by NORD Architects in close co-creation with the users, to cater and promote informal sports activities. “This Multi-purpose building is developed and designed to be a vibrant urban space that creates new communities and social sustainability within the giant structures of the big buildings and long boulevards in Ørestad City”, says Morten Gregersen, partner at NORD Architects.
▼建筑的最低点朝向Ørestad大街，向社区中的居民呈现出欢迎的姿态， the lowest point of the building is facing Ørestad Boulevard, and in this way meeting and welcoming the people in the neighborhood on ground level
▼木制的体量使建筑从周围环境中凸显出来，the building stands out due to its wooden materials
The Multi-purpose Sports and Community Facility is developed through a process based on collaboration with a dedicated group of users, local stakeholders and inhabitants to cater specific local needs. During an open process in the early and developing phase, NORD Architects facilitated workshops where the users dealt with priorities of activities and functions. The building is open 24/7 to the public, school classes and local sports clubs and is divided into heated and unheated areas, with the unheated part as the biggest multifunctional spaces for different activities as basketball and floorball and the heated part as a space for dance, yoga, material arts or floor exercises for smaller groups. The building is unstaffed and all activities and events are arranged and held by the users themselves whether organized in groups or private initiatives.
▼无暖气区包含建筑中面积最大的多功能区域，the unheated part contains the biggest multifunctional spaces for different activities
▼体育中心每天24小时向公众开放，the building is open 24/7 to the public
The relation to the surrounding park emphasizes the inclusive and accessible character of the building, that has no back, but a long unbroken strip of windows making the activities inside, visible from the park – and reversed. As opposed to the surrounding buildings, the lowest point of the Multi-purpose facility is facing Ørestad Boulevard, and in this way meeting and welcoming the people in the neighborhood on ground level. Furthermore, the building stands out due to its green roof and wooden materials.
▼建筑的立面不分前后，只有一道不间断的带状窗户，the building has no back, but a long unbroken strip of windows making the activities inside, visible from the park
合伙人Johannes Molander Pedersen说：“体育中心为当地居民提供了运动和社交场地，也因此为社区赋予了更多创造性、活跃性和娱乐性。我们相信，在这一规划极为完善的区域中，体育中心将以一种轻盈而开放的姿态使城市变得更具有社会互动性，同时更加宜居。”
“This place is a kind of shelter for local sports and social events and in this way an invitation to both creativity, activity and recreation. It is built as a light structure that welcomes openness and unpredictability in this otherwise fully planned urban area and we are sure it will generate social interaction and livability in Ørestad City”, explains partner Johannes Molander Pedersen.
▼绿地鸟瞰，aerial view of the garden