Basketball courts are all similar in design, but this Parisian version blends color, creativity and functionality to create an eye-catching space.
This particular project ties together elements of sports, art and design. The use of bright, colorful squares instead of one color or two-toned shades emphasizes the project's art and design focus. Not only are the floors printed with whimsical shades, the walls are also outfitted in similar bright colors.
From above, the particular shading is designed to trick the eye to believe that the court has an elevated middle section, when in fact, it is flat and much like traditional basketball courts. Lastly, because the court is built in a metropolitan area of Paris, nose-reduction rubber was used to produce less sound for surrounding homes.