A 3-D Running Track Defies Convention [Pics]

A 3-D Running Track Defies Convention [Pics]
Design

A raised track offers runners a break in the monotony of their normal routine.

Timothy Ryan, PSFK Labs
  • 13 april 2011

Subarchitectura created its three-dimensional track in Alicante, Spain as a break in the monotony of conventional tracks. The architects believe that the standard track dimensions leave no room for imagination. Their solution was to create a model that gave runners the option to add a hill into their routine, while simultaneously catering to runners seeking a traditional route.

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