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.
Fala Park by PL.architekci Boasts a Futuristic Look
1. Vertical Recreation Spaces - Creating recreational spaces vertically, such as a tennis court on a rooftop, to effectively use limited ground space.
2. Multifunctional Recreational Spaces - Designing recreational spaces that offer a variety of activities in one place, such as a park complex with a climbing wall, cafe, bowling alleys, squash courts, gym and children’s play area.
3. Caged Structures - Utilizing the aesthetic appeal and functional capacity of metal caging as a design element in construction projects.
1. Architecture and Design - Innovative solutions for creating functional and visually appealing structures using vertical space and metal caging design.
2. Recreation and Entertainment - Creative opportunities for combining multiple activities into one recreational space to offer a unique and diverse experience for customers.
3. Construction and Materials - Developing new construction techniques and utilizing materials such as metal caging to enhance the aesthetic appeal and functionality of structures.