One of Hamburg’s most popular swimming pools, on the HoheWeide road, has been completely redesigned and rebuilt in the recent years. The historic building structure of 1895 was largely preserved. The construction work was extremely complex and difficult, because the 120 year old swimming pool was not only very old, but also unsuitable for use as a brine bath. The high salt content of six per cent has a strong influence on normal metal constructions. The swimming pool roof is therefore spanned by a high-vaulted wooden structure, which opens the view into the sky at several places through large windows. The roof construction was clad with new and additionally sound-absorbing ceiling panels, which corresponded in their original state to the form.
TOPPERFO® – Panels type Clou, Perofration 8/8/2 and plain/solid panels, MDF moisture-resitant green, melamine eco Oak classic M3817 W47 wood fine