PVCConstruct is a cultural project without any commercial interest. It was born to illustrate the many ways in which Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) can enhance our daily lives.
The Herstedlund Community Centre is a user-driven facility for approximately 600 residents. It offers un-programmed spaces and possible coexistence of multiple events.
The building acts as a space for all kinds of cultural events – large or small. It is designed to be available for use at all hour for teaching, children’s and adult’s theatre, dancing, sports, aerobics, yoga, barbecues, lectures, bridge tournaments, and weddings.
External cladding is a combination of solid and perforated anodised aluminium plates, while the interior walls are made of concrete and plaster. The ground-level floor is made of PVC slip-resistant vinyl, and the upper levels have sealant-free, painted industrial floors.