Due to the upcoming CPH Pro Contest, the street course in Copenhagen Skate Park is undergoing a total renewal these days.
Brent Kronmueller is the guy behind the design.
He's a well respected skate park designer and is the brains behind "The Berrics", "The Zero Park", The opening blow up settings in Lakai's "Fully Flaired" among other things. I met him at the skate park and discussed skate park design philosophies. He had very visionary ideas and opinions on what a skate park is and should be. I hope to share more ideas with him.
A big thanks to the William, Brent and everybody involved. I really appreciate what you guys are doing for our culture. THANXX
Say hello to the street course designer extraordinaire.
Mr. Brent Kronmueller.
Yet to be constructed.
The Pier 7 inspired plateau. It will be situated in the back of the course towards the court yard.
What you can't see on this drawing is an area with tranny corners and bank.
Mr. Keld. aka the the bike fixer from hell.
The stairs with hubba ledge and detachable euro bump.
The Hubba is Koston and Greco approved! Can't wait to skate it.
Yet to be constructed: A perfect handrail and a Carlsbad gap with a little bit of danish flair (coblestones).
Simon the pyro technician keeping it underground, working on the explosion devices...
Just kidding, this is a lasting course.
Berra approved practice stairs with steep bank ledges and manny possibilities.
Bank and quarter pipe with an escalator leading to a wiiide quarter.
The bank that connects the two platforms can be utilized from the bump next to the Carlsbad gap.
The wide quarter. Notice the gap to tranny.
Mr. Travis Burke - Brents partner and transition specialist.
yet to be filled with skateable goodies.