A 900-meter-long forest trail leading to a spiral observation tower or an abandoned factory turned into a multi-purpose space for youths. The architectural studio behind both such things is Effekt, established in 2007 by Tue Foged and Sinus Lynge. The Danish architects have caught the attention of the professional community with their sensitive creativity, factoring in local, regional, and global contexts into their projects. They do not shy away from the current and pressing world issues. On the contrary, their designs openly reflect climate change and offer solutions in the form of sustainability and energy savings. In March this year, they were nominated for the prestigious Danish Renover Prisen for 2020 for their renovation of the Enghavecentret, a hotel from the 1970s.