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Bjorke Arkitektur’s Trond Clubhouse Has a Comfy Lounge Made From Recycled Soccer Goals

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by Elliot Chang last modified Sep 12, 2013


The Trond Clubhouse by Bjørke Arkitektur recently received the 2013 Trondheim Architecture Award. The project was initiated and partly built by the local community, and it aims to establish a year-round meeting place for young people in the center of Trondheim.




 

 

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The Trond Clubhouse by Bjørke Arkitektur recently received the 2013 Trondheim Architecture Award. The project was initiated and partly built by the local community, and it aims to establish a year-round meeting place for young people in the center of Trondheim. The jury awarded the project especially for establishing an informal meeting place, for local integration and for architectural quality in a low -cost project. The netting which is used in the “lounge” and the stair railing in the clubhouse is reused from football goals. The covered lounge area is used by youth as a local hangout spot.

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