We have proposed two straight stone walkways into the water with a connection at the rear that faces the highway. The construction frames a new, loose stone beach. The beach zone is created partly by planting native salt marshes and partly by the natural immigration of species into the intertidal zone.
The intervention is limited to a small section of the plot which the team experienced as undefined and lacking programming. The rest of the plot will be left untouched as it is already perfectly suited for playing games, walking, and lounging on a large lawn under several large trees. All trees on the site will be preserved. New materials consist of local stone, metals originating in local industry, and wood.
– We’re thankful for the trust and look forward to working with this beautiful place in our most magnificent fjord landscape, says Pål Dixon Sandberg.
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