The rental in Bellakvarter is in full swing. New buildings are springing up and new test homes must be furnished. It also means a replacement in the furniture in the test homes, and therefore more furniture is now donated to the association life in Denmark, more specifically Copenhagen’s Badminton Club.
“It is completely in line with our sustainable profile to reuse all material in the neighborhood, and therefore we of course also reuse the furniture from our test homes. That is why we have chosen to donate the old sample home furniture to a good cause. We have previously had a really good collaboration with the Danish Sports Confederation in connection with the activity roof in Bellakvarter and therefore it was obvious to donate the furniture to the Danish association life, where they can get new life in the design of their club premises, “says Søren Raae Teisen, who is development director in Solstra Development, which is behind the urban development of Bellakvarter.
Copenhagen Badminton Club is happy with the collaboration and looks forward to furnishing their club rooms with the new furniture:
“One of the core qualities in Danish sports is community and it happens both on and off the field. That is why we are really happy with the new furniture, which helps to create a cozy and atmospheric framework for community-based experiences in the club, ”says Peter Gade, who is sports manager at Copenhagen Badminton Club.
Copenhagen Badminton Club is one of the oldest and largest badminton clubs in Denmark. The club works, among other things, with general club development, the establishment of an elite sports academy and building up the club as a talent development club.