The Floating Kayak Club, FORCE4 Architects, Denmark, sun deck, multi-functional space, wooden architecture, wooden structure, ramps and walkways

The building comprises two volumes that envelop a central water space and frame views of the direct sailing route into the fjord. Its angled geometry creates interesting spaces that strengthen the community and encourage different uses and activities. Community training and playing take place on the roof deck, which can also be used for barbecues and sunbathing. Ramps, walkways and stairs connect the two volumes and complete the loop flow.

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The Floating Kayak Club, FORCE4 Architects, Denmark, sun deck, multi-functional space, wooden architecture, wooden structure, ramps and walkways

The project is part of a large plan to transform Vejle harbor into a more interactive area. The Floating Kayak Club is one of the first buildings to mark the start of a large refurbishment plan and city development towards the fjord.

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Photos by Søren Aagaard