The snowflake design will house six indoor and two outdoor slopes in its three intersecting arches (Photo: CEBRA)
Skiers will experience real snow on 3 km (1.86 miles) of indoor and outdoor slopes whilst viewing the surrounding region through the perforated façade (Photo: CEBRA)
CEBRA's six point snowflake propsed design will be the worlds largest indoor ski park at 100,000 square meters (1.076.000 sq.ft) in total, with 70,000 square meters (753,473.73 sq.ft) of skiing (Photo: CEBRA)
The snowflake design has three intersecting arches, as well as spanning 700 meters and rising 110 meters high across the river Gudenå in Denmark (Photo: CEBRA)
The six point snowflake will provide infrastructure to the town of Randers, linking districts on both sides of the river (Photo: CEBRA)
Danish architecture firm CEBRA is working with the travel company Danski on a proposal for a huge alpine style ski dome to be situated in the city of Randers, Denmark. The ski park will provide over 3 km (1.86 miles) of indoor and outdoor slopes under its snowflake-inspired arches and if built it will take over from SkiDubai as the largest indoor ski park in the world at 100,000 square meters (1,076,000 sq.ft).
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