In the final zone, the frame is connected to a smaller pavilion, to provide an additional passenger entrance for the parking garage. This framed room is furnished by design agency Carve. A blue wavy landscape filled with playing facilities, a sandbox and climbing trees. Swings hang from the wooden pergola beams and the steel frame contains a rain curtain.
The steel frames are accommodated with coloured LED lighting, which light up the rooms when the evening falls. The colours are programmed a year in advance and react to seasons and specifics days. For example, the square colours red on Valentinesday and orange on Queensday.
The square is furnished with red clinkers, big stone tree- and green planters, deep blue painted asphalt and rubber for the playing fields and playground. Almost all excising trees are preserved and supplemented with new plants and bushes. The pavilions are built with large glass facades, covered in steel mesh. The glass makes the pavilion transparent and the mesh protects against the sun and bouncing balls. Where the green touches the pavilions, ivy will cover the facades in time. Large pivot doors (3,6 meters high) will open the teen-centre and teahouse, when the weather allows it.
materials pavilions and framing beams:
- dark grey coated Janssen steel framed glass with pivot doors 3,6 meters high.
- timber frame wall covered with dark grey Eterflex sheets
- façade and closed wall parts covered with galvanised mesh sheets.
- Bankirai platform wood
- galvanised steel IPE-600 beam
- Billinga wood pergola beams 440x85 mm
- RGB coloured LED-strip lighting
- circular benches entrance square: bankirai wooden parts on a galvanised steel construction
- stage teahouse: Bankirai platform wood
- picnic tables and benches near teahouse: concrete and Bankirai wooden seating.