Boernehuset Dragen, C. F. Moller, Odense Denmark, 2009

Playable roofs–really just large inclined planes–continue to be a playable-architecture design trend.  This one, covered in red safety surfacing, is by C.F. Moller for a children’s school in Odense, Denmark.  Strangely, the roof looks way more fun than the small playground (just visible deep in the photo)!  I am always baffled when otherwise ambitious architectural projects include uninteresting playgrounds  Did they just not know what to do?

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