Kildeskovshallen Gentofte, Danish Swimming Pool Building

Kildeskovshallen Gentofte, Entasis Denmark, Photos, Building, Design, Image, Project

Danish Swimming Pool : Kildeskovshallen

Contemporary Danish Architecture – design by Entasis

page updated 7 Sep 2016

Kildeskovshallen

Location: Gentofte, Denmark
2000
Design: Entasis

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A new 50m pool and additional rooms in an old swimming hall

Gentofte Swimming Pool Gentofte Swimming Pool Building Swimming Pool Denmark

Nominated for the prestigious Mies van der Rohe Prize

The original venue was designed by Karen and Ebbe Clemmensen and built in two phases. The swimming venue was built in 1966-1969. It was followed by two halls for ball games in 1970-1972. The complex was listed in 1998.

The swimming venue was expanded with a new 50 m pool and a hot water basin designed by Entasis in 2001.

Kildeskovhallen is home ground for the basket ball club SISU Copenhagen, Hellerup IK’s handball side and Gentofte Volley.

Kildeskovshallen Gentofte Building images from Entasis 020908

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