The boldness of this project lies in the simple idea of making a new kind of crossover building between the traditional typology of the indoor sports arena and the outdoor sports field. The formal idea of connecting the new building to four housing blocks seems to suggest that the building is at once a continuation of the built fabric of the neighborhood -and as such, an interior space- but also an outdoor public space. The polycarbonate skin is a very unusual feature in Denmark. Looking at the result, the effort appears to have been well worthwhile since it is the translucent skin that makes this sports facility so unique. Normally, natural light is a rare visitor in indoor sports facilities where artificial lighting is most often preferred in order to secure an even distribution of light. In this project, the skin allows for an even distribution of natural light that gives a much warmer feel to this space. This is further enhanced by the use of wood as part of the visible structure.