Klitmøller promenade
Pivotech-skateable architecture design company
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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.