Kavel K is a skating, sports, and youth facility situated on a triangular plot, boxed in by a railway track and a connecting road. Carve designed the public space, amenities, and youth center with the intention of integrating the building with its surroundings, both visually and functionally. The small strip of land is divided into three zones: skating, youth center, and sports. By positioning the youth center in the middle of the zone, a front and back side are created, between which the building forms the hub. The facade and the integration of the skating facility are an essential part of the design, the concrete facade extending to form an eye-catching skate-cradle. The greatest merit of Kavel K is that it attracts a mix of diverse user and age groups, promoting positive activity at the edge of this youth-heavy district.