The Austin Bouldering Project by DJA architects (architecture) and Lilianne Steckel (interiors) is an enormous bouldering facility in Texas, offering over twenty thousand square feet of climbing walls, as well as fitness classes, lounge and work area. The great thing about the facility is its ability to be changed. In fact, every few weeks, the configuration is rotated, meaning that climbers can never tire of the setup. The climbing area looks straight out of a video game with its bright colours and bold shapes, while the lounges have a calmer, more understated feel which is still super stylish.
Images: Andrea Calo