A Sculptural Observation Tower Has Opened In Denmark

Architecture and urban planning studio EFFEKT, has recently completed a sculptural observation tower at Camp Adventure, the first of its kind in Scandinavia and located one hour south of Copenhagen. #ObservationTower #SculpturalTower #Architecture

Photography by Rasmus Hjortshoj

 

Architecture and urban planning studio EFFEKT, has recently completed a sculptural observation tower at Camp Adventure, located south of Copenhagen.

 

Architecture and urban planning studio EFFEKT, has recently completed a sculptural observation tower at Camp Adventure, the first of its kind in Scandinavia and located one hour south of Copenhagen. #ObservationTower #SculpturalTower #Architecture

Photography by Rasmus Hjortshoj

The tower is the centerpiece in a nature experience that provides visitors with a chance to observe the Gisselfeld Klosters Forest from a unique perspective.


This sculptural observation tower is the centerpiece in a nature experience that provides visitors with a chance to see the Gisselfeld Klosters Forest from a unique perspective. #ObservationTower #Architecture #Denmark

Photography by Rasmus Hjortshoj

A 2952 foot (900m) elevated boardwalk zigzagging in and out between the trees, leads to the tower, which has a height of 147 feet (45m) and features a 2132 foot (650m) long inner spiraling ramp.


A 900 meter elevated boardwalk zigzagging in and out between the trees, leads to this sculptural observation tower, which has a height of 147 feet (45m) and features a 2132 foot (650m) long inner spiraling ramp. #ObservationTower #Sculpture #Architecture

Photography by Rasmus Hjortshoj

The structure has been constructed from weathered steel and locally sourced oak, allowing it to blend in subtly with the surrounding natural elements.


This sculptural observation tower has been constructed from weathered steel and locally sourced oak, allowing it to blend in subtly with the surrounding natural elements. #ObservationTower #Architecture

Photography by Rasmus Hjortshoj

The spiraling ramp to the observation deck at the top of the tower provides guests with various view points the entire way, while also offering step-free access to all visitors.


The spiraling ramp to the observation deck at the top of this spiraling tower provides guests with various view points the entire way, while also offering step-free access to all visitors. #ObservationTower #SpiralTower #Architecture

Photography by Rasmus Hjortshoj | Architect: EFFEKT | Structural Engineer: ARUP | Contractor: Levi Jensen A/S

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