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PLAY ON WHEELS

Hanna Lundberg

Play on wheels explores the idea of fun and action in a city context. How can we integrate playful mobility into a larger infrastructure system? By allowing the growth of an organic landscape for mobility connections, the visitor is invited into play across the hills, while the spaces underneath can be used for communications and commercial spaces. The landscape also plays an active part in water management, letting rain and flood water become a part of the scenery and play, as dynamic as the weather that controls it.

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Components of the organic landscape for play on wheels

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Thanks to the roof/bridge structure, the water front can be enjoyed with weather protection

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The topography provides the dramatic experience of going up, down, and in sharp turns, adding a fun risk-taking aspect to play

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The new structure connects both mobility paths and green spaces across the area

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Spaces underneath the new structure is utilized for protected meeting places and commercial spaces

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The topography keeps parts of the site dry during flooding events, increasing the accessibility of the area

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The geometry workflow has been based in the 3D visualization of the mobility analysis, providing the shape of the landscape