Skate Park Construction Phases

American studio I-Kanda Architects has created a prefabricated cabin in the woods of New Hampshire, to provide a family getaway surrounded by evergreens. Measuring 900 square feet (84 square metres), the one-bedroom home Cabin on a Rock was designed as a weekend residence for a couple and their two young children by Boston-based firm I-Kanda

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Skate parks are the place where many young people can have fun, spend time with friends and do their hobby. The alternative culture and sports are important for the society. Thus, it is very important for the city to make some space where people with alternative style and hobbies can be together. So, such park can be used by people with skateboards, roller-blades or bikes. As you can see, the constructors first dig hole for the walls, put the constructions and cover all of that with concrete. Afterwards, the turn is to the street artists who can make the park colourful and playful.Skate Park Construction Phases

Skate Park Construction Phases

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