Spectacular Swedish Ski Structure

With construction scheduled at the turn of 2013/2014, Skipark 360°, by the Swedish branch of C. F. Møller Architects, Berg Arkitektkontorthe, will be the world’s most complete indoor ski park with a 700 meter downhill slope, making it the only indoor ski slope in the world to meet the requirements for hosting the World Cup. Located in a forest just outside Stockholm, the 135 meter structure is sure to become a landmark as one of Sweden’s largest buildings.

In addition to the downhill run, the complex will also contain a 3.5 km cross-country skiing tunnel, an arena for biathlon, ice hockey, bandy and figure skating, and a snow park for snowboarding. There will also be restaurants, shops, a spa and hotel and conference facilities, offering panoramic views of the countryside.

Designer: Berg Arkitektkontor


  • Johnny says:

    An indoor ski-park in Sweden?

  • Geoff says:

    The amazing part is that it packs flat and goes together with an Alan wrench.

  • M Rezaiekhaligh says:

    And when they are done putting it together they will have many extra pieces and I’m sure one or two fo the panels will be turns the wrong way.

  • S. Weed says:

    well, sweden will then eventually get its first decent skiing slope.
    concerning the architecture … well the swedes try, but they are just not very good at it … but they try!
    competitions are badly needed in this country!!!

  • Fredrik says:

    Oh the ignorance you people. The arcitect firm is NOT Swedish, it’s from Denmark. Your reference to IKEA smells of envy. Say what you want, but IKEA is one of the worlds most succeful brands and concepts.

    Oh and by the way, Swedish design and architecture is, and has been, one of the most respected worldwide for quite some time now.

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