Nowadays buildings and structures are getting more than one way of being used. This giant waste incinerator has a ski slope on its sides. Danish architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group is planning on building a ski slope around a new waste incinerator in Copenhagen. It will turn garbage into energy,
The plant will become a year-round ski park, and the rest of the complex will form a park and recreation area. Waste will continue to be turned into energy on the inside.
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