Schools designed for movement. Indoor space with parkour and street football. A sports complex where elite sports and rehabilitation are brought together under one roof. In 2020, sport and movement take place in new forms and new facilities. Here it is important that the architecture is designed for physical activity and noise – but still with a sense of aesthetics. Read how informal activity environments can motivate citizens to move, thereby nudging public health in a positive direction. And see the conclusions of the Danish project Skole+, which has identified how the renewal of existing schools can help children move more in everyday life. Visit Holbæk Sportsby, a sports complex where a swimming pool, racket sports, a multi-purpose hall, mountain bike trails and a modern health centre are assembled in 23,000 newly built square metres. And read about the new phenomenon of street meccas. The feature also offers inspiration from a Faroese multi-purpose hall as well as the two Danish projects: Idrættens Hus in Roskilde and Aarhus International Sailing Centre. Common to the projects is that Troldtekt acoustic solutions help to meet the requirements for durability, flexible design and good acoustics in modern sports construction.