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Maltfabrikken Ebeltoft

  • Location: Maltfabrikken Ebeltoft, Denmark
  • Year: 2018-2019
  • Area: 250m²
  • Skate design: Pivotech
  • Landscape architecture: Kristine Jensens Tegnestue
  • Construction: FSR
  • Client/Developer: Syddjurs Municipality

The old malt factory is a symbol of both the city’s history and it’s future. The renovation of the factory and surroundings have been done by Praksis architects and Kristine Jensens landscape architects while we have been in charge of designing the multifunctional entrance to the Rampen which is a youth center located in the ground floor of Maltfabrikken. The main task was to integrate skate functions into multi-functional patio enabling the use of space not only for skateboarding but also as an event and hang out space. The design features a set of flow obstacles that merge into the landscape design and street elements such as multifunctional platform (manual pad, curb, bank to curb) that can be also used as a stage or seating platform. The patio has been well accepted and brought more life and energy to the city’s new meeting place. Photo credit: Jens Lindhe.


  • Location: Kristineshamn, Sweden
  • Year: 2017
  • Area: 1000m²
  • Skate design: Pivotech
  • Construction: Bryggeriet
  • Client/Developer: Kristineshamn Municipality

Kristineshamn skatepark is located in the activity area of the newly renovated central park. Our idea was to develop the skatepark as a public space, where the skatepark becomes a part of events and activites that will be happening in the city park. The skatepark features a lot of different street elements that are integrated into the surrounding landscape designed by Karavan landscape architects. The design language from the 70’s bathouse in Kristineshamn is found in some of the skate equipment and also lighting. Warm colours in brown, orange and corten steel interact with the park’s greenery and the surrounding building. The design language was made together with the landscape architects and has a low-key with a clear identity of its own.


  • Location: Kristianstad, Sweden
  • Year: 2014
  • Area: 1000m²
  • Skate design: Pivotech
  • Construction: ENR, C4  Teknik
  • Client/Developer: Kristianstad Municipality

The Street plaza in Kristianstad is a project which plays with the boundary between skatepark and urban space, by combining the materiality of the city with the functions of a skatepark. Located near the center of town, the Streetplaza bridges the gap between a large shopping mall and the canal, creating a welcoming place for both skaters and passersby.

Throughout the design process we worked closely with the municipality and a local reference group to create an innovative urban typology that is a paradise for street skaters.

Klitmøller promenade

  • Location: Klitmøller, Denmark
  • Year: 2010-2011
  • Area: 5700m²
  • Skate design: Pivotech
  • Landscape architecture: Preben Skaarup Landscape
  • Construction: Force4
  • Client/Developer: Thisted Municipality


The project in Klitmølleris a part of a larger plan for “The good life at the sea” in north Jutland, Denmark. The area of the project is called Cold Hawaii, because of its excellent location for wave surfing. In this project the focus has been on establishing good facilities along the coast and access to the beach and the sea. The challenge has been to make space, access and facilities to all the users. Our part of the project was to design elements for skaters that are built in the promenade that connects two attraction points. Seating elements and edges on the ramp leading to the beach have also been adapted to skateboarding.  The main material in the project is in situ casted concrete with characteristic lines that works as a pattern but also as a natural breakpoint for the concrete. Photo credit: Helene Hoyer Mikkelsen.