AART architects wins the competition for Musholm Bay Holiday Resort

AART architects has won the competition for Musholm Bay Holiday Resort which is acknowledged as the world’s most innovative holiday resort for disabled people.

In cooperation with BSAA URBANlab, Bexcom and Keinicke & Overgaard Architects, we have won the competition for the expansion of Musholm Bay Holiday Resort which is located at the beautiful Danish coastline and is acknowledged as the world’s most innovative holiday resort for disabled people.
 
The expansion of Musholm Bay Holiday Resort is divided into two sections in the form of a leisure centre and a number of new holiday flats. The new leisure centre is located at the heart of the holiday resort, while the holiday flats is located in the periphery. In this way, the activities spread in ever-widening circles from the leisure centre to the holiday flats by which the expansion provides a dynamic layout for the future holiday resort.
"With the expansion of Musholm Bay Holiday Resort we carry on the architectural quality of the holiday resort. In addition, we raise the bar for socially sustainable architecture by providing all visitors, whether they are disabled or not, the opportunity for active and attractive holiday experiences. Thus, we have infused the architecture with a certain 

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sensuousness in the desire to create a fully accessible and engaging environment,” Anders Tyrrestrup, partner in AART architects, explains.
 
This is reflected in the leisure centre, where an activity ramp in the periphery of the centre motivates the visitors to express themselves physically. The ramp includes a wide range of plateaus and activity spots, including a climbing wall for wheelchair users.
 
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