Fala Park by PL.architekci Boasts a Futuristic Look

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Oct 1, 2012 • References: plarchitekci.pl & dezeen
Showcasing inventive recreational space design, the Fala Park by PL.architekci looks like it's from another century.

The project was inspired by the lack of space on ground level to create a tennis court facility. Architect Bartek Bajon took to solving this problem by placing the tennis court on the rooftop. Bajon says on his site, "We designed an eight-metre-high cage to protect people on the ground from falling tennis balls." The result boasts an aesthetically pleasing facade with a functional capacity.

The two-storey building is surrounded by metal caging, which resulted in a variety of shutters added to the facade. The park complex also features a climbing wall, a cafe, bowling alleys, squash courts, a gym and a children’s play area. This L-shaped marvel is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Stats for Cage-Covered Constructions Trending: Older & Mild
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