The unique character of the landscape with varying heights, made it possible to create two entrances on different levels. From the main entrance square a long and wide ramp leads to the 'ground floor' of the complex. The second entrance is on a lower level and is used by pupils and staff. The sloping landscape helps to create a split-level building with a natural connection between the two levels and the central entrance hub. The different functions within the complex are organized like a 3D puzzle. By stacking the changing rooms of the swimming pool and the sports hall on top of each other, it is possible to create an efficiently functioning building, which still fits within the existing building plot. The sport hall is situated on the lower level, while the swimming pool is situated on ground level, offering the visitors a direct visual interaction with the main functions. The vast window openings offer panoramic views of the landscape. The transparent character and clear structure facilitate the visitors' orientation. The entrance lobby is directly connected to the restaurant, to the adjacent DOJO and multifunctional space, to the swimming pool and finally the grandstands with a view of the lower-level sport halls. The lower level with the sports halls' changing rooms and the staff rooms are to the entrance lobby using a spacious stair case. By positioning the swimming pool on the top level, it is not necessary to build a basement, avoiding high-risk and time-consuming excavations. Also the installations are easy to reach from ground level.