Barcelona Skateparks

La Mar Bella

The program defines a multipurpose area which includes different areas and levels of difficulty: one street in the upper part, which will function as an entrance, a snake run that will allow long-distance skating, and a final area with three pools. The skatepark is planned as a new artificial topography, as a game of dunes that are adapted to the ground and take advantage of the different ground levels that are created in the direction of the sea, following the intervention strategy of the Park of Poble Nou. It also seeks a good relationship of continuity with the existing vegetation and the paths that arrive to and mark out the intervention area.

Works: 2014
Project: 2009
Designed by: SCOB Architecture & Landscape
Location: Barcelona
Data: 2.600 m2
Promoter: Barcelona City Council

Nou Barris

SCOB Architecture & Landscape: The new skate park of Nou Barris lies over the cover of Ronda de Dalt, one of the biggest road infrastructures of Barcelona. The project concerns the remodeling of an old skate park, which was used only partially in the past. The skate park is a result of an intense work with the local users through citizen participation process, in order to achieve a skate park according to their needs. The skate park includes three successive bowls. One of them belonged to the old skate and is maintained; it is the mythical hellcurvin (bowl which came to be known worldwide through the great skater Tony Hawk computer game). An area dedicated to street with multiple elements and a snake run zone are also incorporated in the design.

Works: 2014-2015
Project: 2014
Designed by: SCOB Architecture & Landscape
Data: 2.239 m2
promoter: Barcelona City Council

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Published on October 12, 2015
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