Bengerd Sports hall on Ringsted Campus is built for Ringsted Gymnasium, and acts as a social engine on Ringsted Campus. The sports hall design creates a multifunctional setting for sporting activities. Embedded one and a half metres into the terrain, the sports hall boasts high ceilings and large glass surfaces that let in natural light. Further, the glass allows people outside to watch what is happening in the hall, and in the three multifunction rooms. The roof, which is clad with expanded weathering steel, extends beyond the façade to provide sun-screening in the most exposed places. The façade overlooking the main campus is open, and a sloping landscape connects the hall with its surroundings. The landscape is designed for social gatherings and relaxation, and offers views of the activities taking place inside the hall and on campus.
Sustainable ambitions in the sports hall design
In the project we have worked with issues related to the Sustainable Development Goals. However, the project was not designed to address the global goals, as it was created before the goals were adopted by the UN. We have worked with issues related to: SDG 3: Good Health and well-being, SDG 4: Quality education, SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth, SDG 11: Sustainable cities and communities and SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals.
- Ringsted Municipality
- 1800 m²
- Ringsted, DK
- Marianne Levinsen Landscape, SWECO
- Bo Bolther
- Ringsted Campus