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AART Architects wins competition for Musholm Bay Holiday Centre

Musholm Bay Holiday Centre - AART Architects - Denmark

Musholm Bay Holiday Centre – AART Architects – Denmark

AART Architects wins competition for Musholm Bay Holiday Centre

AART Architects has won the competition for the expansion of Musholm Bay Holiday Centre, which is the world’s most accessible holiday center for people with disabilities.

07.02.2013 / In collaboration with BSAA URBANlab, Bexcom and Keinicke & Overgaard Architects, we have won the competition for the expansion of Musholm Bay Holiday Park, located on the Great Belt beautiful coastline and sets new standards for how the available solutions can be integrated into architecture and design.

The expansion of Musholm Bay Holiday divided into two sections in the form of a multi-purpose hall with associated communal house and a number of new apartments. The new multi-purpose hall located in the heart of the resort center, while residences located in the periphery. By leaving the life and activities spread like ripples in the water from the multi-purpose hall out for vacation homes creates winning proposal a robust framework for future holiday resort that offers a unique view of the bay and the countryside.

“With the expansion of Musholm Bay Holiday Centre continues we not only holiday center’s architectural tone and quality. We also raises the bar for socially sustainable architecture by providing all visitors, regardless of disability opportunity for active and attractive holiday and leisure experiences. We have thus sought to voice architecture in a special way so that it not only creates accessible environment, but also motivates activity and community, “says Anders Tyrrestrup, partner in AART architects.

This is reflected in the multi-purpose hall, where a varied activity program in the hall periphery gives visitors, regardless of disability the opportunity to express themselves physically. A ramp cycle with various experience zones takes visitors through aktivitetsforløbets many plateaus where wheelchair users, among other things, try out a climbing wall.

Project info by AART Architects

Location: Musholmvej 100, Korsor, Denmark

Status: During start up,

Size: 3,200 m2

Client: Musholm Fund

Landscape: BSAA UrbanLAB

Engineering: D & N Consulting Engineers A / S

Consultants: Keinicke & Overgaard Architects /Bexcom v / Karin Bendixen

The expansion of Musholm Bay Holiday Centre sets new standards for how the available solutions can be integrated into architecture and design.

Musholm Bay Holiday Resort is located at the Great Belt beautiful coastline and is recognized as the world’s most accessible holiday center for people with disabilities. The expansion of the center was divided into two sections in the form of a new multi-purpose hall with associated communal house and a number of new apartments. The new multi-purpose hall located in the heart of the resort center, while residences located in the periphery, and by letting the life and activities spread like ripples in the water from the multi-purpose hall out for vacation homes creates expansion a robust framework for future holiday resort that offers a unique view of the bay and landscape.

Multi hall is designed as fericentrets focal point where a varied activity program in the hall periphery gives visitors, regardless of disability the opportunity to express themselves physically. A ramp cycle with various experience zones takes visitors through aktivitetsforløbets many plateaus where wheelchair users, among other things, try out a climbing wall. With multi-hall many activities strengthen the development Musholm Bay Holiday Centre as a place that breaks boundaries and invites people with disabilities to play, discover and create new communities.

The expansion continues not only holiday center’s architectural tone and quality, but raises the bar for socially sustainable architecture by providing all visitors, regardless of disability opportunity for active and attractive holiday and leisure experiences. The expansion puts in the way new standards for how the available solutions can be integrated into architecture and design, while the architecture is voted in a special way so that it not only creates accessible framework, but also motivates activity and community.