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One person’s trash is another person’s ski slope
Major cities produce mass amounts of rubbish daily, but one city has found a way to turn their rubbish into an innovative and fun design.
Inside Copenhill waste treatment plant in Copenhagen, Denmark, an unlikely adventure awaits. The futuristic building has an 85-metre-high sloping roof covered in a green material known at neverplast. Despite its green colour, neverplast has been designed to ski on. That’s right: a green, repurposed ski field, just ten minutes from the city.
The plant, designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, is just another step forward in the city’s plan to become the world’s first carbon-neutral capital. It was designed for the people as something they would be happy to see in their neighbourhood.
Due to open this spring, the recycled ski field is certainly an exciting experience in an unexpected location.
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