It is called “Taastrup Svømmehal” the new pool in Høje-Taastrup, a Danish municipality of 50,000 people, a few minutes from the center of Copenhagen.



The facility was built by Myrtha Pools in co-operation with DISH, a Myrtha dealer in Denmark, aimed at offering a functional facility:  a “turnkey” swimming arena accessible to the most important local swimmers.


Taastrup Svømmehal


Besides the pool, the project includes a building, a ventilation and water treatment plant, as well as the dressing rooms and common spaces designed for offices and restaurants.


Myrtha Pools e DISH

During the short-course European swimming championships in 2017, at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, the Taastrup Svømmehal facility was visited by many European architect delegations deeply interested in the project.