The architect David Tajchman designed this multi-storey timber tennis centre for a competition organised by a Swedish timber company.
The complex features five floors of courts stacked on top of each other, contained within a timber structure.
The eye-like openings in the structure are inspired by knots in timber.
“My proposal expresses the company’s savoir-faire while working on wood at different scales, the wood knots serving as big frames is an example,” says Tajchman.
The competition, for Vaxjo in Sweden, was organised by timber company Södra.
The competition was won by Kent Pedersen Arkitektfirma of Denmark.