From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

Categories: Design and Architecture

Usually, when there is a desire to ski from steep slopes, it is necessary to get out of the city, spending a lot of time at the same time. But the Kazakh architect proposed to solve this problem by building a real track for skiers and snowboarders directly from the roof of a residential building. This option will make the house a real attraction of the city.

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From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roofSource: novate.ru

From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

1. The concept of a residential complex with a ski slope on the roof from the Kazakh architect Shokhan Mataibekov.

From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

2. Slalom House is a project of a house with a snow slope on the roof.

From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

3. The length of the descent on the roof will be 326 meters.

From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

4. The project of a unique house with a ski slope in Kazakhstan.

From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

5. Kazakh architect Shokhan Mataibekov near the stand with his project.

From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

6. A unique snow track in Astana. Concept.

From the threshold to the snowboard: the project of a residential building with a ski slope on the roof

7. If the project is implemented, the "Slalom House" may well become a popular place for ski and snowboard enthusiasts, because they will no longer need to spend 4 hours to get to the nearest ski slope.

Keywords: Architect | Astana | Skiing | House | Project | Snowboard

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