GoBoat contractors Kasper Eich-Romme, Anders Mørck and Carl Kai Rand Kebony Wood Stockholm Copenhagen Tourist Travel Picnic Boats Charter City Tour
The historic ramparts at Vestvolden, Copenhagen, have been given another lease of life as the defining feature within the large municipal park. Designed by VEGA architects to bring the incredible story of the region’s history to life, “Play on the ramparts” is situated on the old fortifications, introducing play and movement to this historical landscape.
Following a successful first year in Copenhagen, GoBoat has set up a new fleet in Stockholm, giving locals and tourists the opportunity to independently explore the capital's port area, from the comfort of environmentally friendly and silent solar-powered boats. The boats are intended for charter by groups of friends and families; the Danish-designed vessels have seating for eight people around a central table.
The "Active Egde" park bench is a 95 meter long bench in Gadekærvej, Valby, Copenhagen. It is designed by the award-winning design studio 1:1 landskab and built by Urban Elements for the City of Copenhagen. The bench is decked in Kebony Scots Pine and is one out of 3 elements which create a new green urban garden.
Malmøya, Norway. Private Terrace decking using Kebony character pine. Simply stunning!
Weathered #Kebony #Scots #Pine. Sørenga Boardwalk, Oslo. Still looking beautiful...