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In Progress: Iglo / CEBRA

In Progress: Iglo / CEBRA
Structure  © CEBRA
Structure © CEBRA

Our friends from CEBRA, with the The Danish Foundation For Culture And Sports Facilities, are developing a series of “igloos” for sports and culture in Denmark.

The concept is to create a multi an unheated use dome, for sports and cultural acts as you can see on the sketches below. The dome covers a 1,650sqm area on one single space subdivided by smaller pieces. The main structure that allows this single space consists on large laminated wood beams as you can see on the images. Over this structure, a series of sheets cover the space leaving space for ventilation.

Model 1  © CEBRA
Model 1 © CEBRA

This dome is being built in Hundige (Greve municipality), and it will be replicated in other danish cities.

Stay tuned for a CEBRA surprise later this afternoon.

More images after the break:

Structure © CEBRA
Structure © CEBRA
Structure © CEBRA
Structure © CEBRA
Sketch  © CEBRA
Sketch © CEBRA
Sketch  © CEBRA
Sketch © CEBRA
Model 2 © CEBRA
Model 2 © CEBRA
Model 3  © CEBRA
Model 3 © CEBRA
Cite: David Basulto. "In Progress: Iglo / CEBRA" 20 Jan 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/47152/in-progress-iglo-cebra/> ISSN 0719-8884
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