© EFFEKT, Camp Adventure, Rasmus Hjortshøj But no, we’re not going to compare to that other tower. It is inevitable that comparisons will be made between a certain tower in the Hudson Yards in New York City and the Camp Adventure Forest Tower designed by Copenhagen’s EFFEKT Architects. Jesus Diaz of Fast Company does a hilarious job of it . Denmark is pretty flat, and you really can’t see the forest for the trees. But now there is a lovely 900 meter boardwalk leading up to the 45 meter tall tower, with a 650 meter long spiral ramp. © EfFEKT, Camp Adventure, Rasmus Hjortshøj The idea behind the elevated boardwalk leading to the tower is to make the forest accessible to everyone without disrupting the natural environment – a habitat to a wide variety of species living in harmony with nature. To achieve this, the tower was constructed from weathered steel and locally sourced oak, to blend in subtly with the surrounding natural context. © EfFEKT, Camp Adventure, Rasmus Hjortshøj Unlike that other tower, this one has no stairs and is accessible to anyone, although some might need a bit of a push. According to Camp Adventure, The spiraling […]


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