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Den hållbara skateparken
Mid Sweden University, Faculty of Science, Technology and Media, Department of Ecotechnology and Sustainable Building Engineering.
2017 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Intresset för skateboardåkning är på fortsatt   uppgång, i många kommuner runt om i

Sverige har det under den senaste tioårsperioden   anlagts nya skateparker.

Gotlands kommun är inte en av dessa men där finns   ett behov av en skatepark.

Eftersom att Gotland är en ö och relativt isolerat   från övriga Sverige vore det

lämpligt att anlägga en skatepark i Visby. Denna   studie har syftat till att designa en

skatepark med fokus på hållbarhet.

Frågeställningarna som studien byggts upp kring har   varit, finns det en generell

modell för hur den hållbara skateparken ska utformas   för att uppfylla de tre

hållbarhetsdimensionerna social-, ekonomisk- och   ekologisk hållbarhet. Samt hur

den kan se ut och hur disponibel yta utnyttjas på   bästa sätt.

Undersökningen har baserats på en webbenkät samt   intervjuer med intressenter för

att identifiera vad som efterfrågas hos de   gotländska skateboardåkarna. Med

underlaget till grund togs ett designförslag på den   hållbara skateparken fram.

Platsen för skateparken kommer att vara belägen i   närhet till var majoriteten

respondenter bor, parken kommer att anläggas i   betong vilket är det underlag som

värderas högst hos flest respondenter. Parken kommer   att bestå av en bowl med

minirampsegenskaper kombinerat med en streetyta.

I denna studie hittas ingen generell lösning för den   hållbara skateparken, då vikten

av lokalanpassning värderas högt.

Abstract [en]

Interest in   skateboarding is on the rise, in many municipalities around Sweden, new

skate parks   have been built in the last ten years. Gotland Municipality is not one of

these but   there is a need for a skate park. Because Gotland is an island and

relatively   isolated from other Sweden, it would be advisable to build a skate park in

Visby. This   study aims at designing a skate park focusing on sustainability.

The issues   around which the study was built has been, there is a general model for

how the   sustainable skate park is designed to meet the three sustainability

dimensions of   social, economic and ecological sustainability. As well as how it can

look and how   available space is utilized in the best possible way.

The   investigation has been based on a web survey and interviews with

stakeholders   to identify what is demanded by the skateboarders from Gotland. On

the basis of   this, a design proposal was taken at the sustainable skate park.

The location   of the skate park will be located close to where the majority of

respondents live, the park will be built in concrete which is the basis most valued by

most   respondents. The park will consist of a bowl with properties of miniramp

combined with   a street surface.

In this study,   no general solution for the sustainable skate park is found, as the

importance of   localization is highly valued.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2017. , p. 54
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Civil Engineering
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URN: urn:nbn:se:miun:diva-31518DOI: BT-V17-G3-004OAI: oai:DiVA.org:miun-31518DiVA, id: diva2:1137741
Subject / course
Building Engineering BY1
Educational program
Building Engineering Sustainable Building TBYHG 180 higher education credits
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Betyg 170814, H14.

Available from: 2018-08-30 Created: 2017-09-01 Last updated: 2018-08-30Bibliographically approved

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