scs: 2” x 2” bathing terrace
The location of this project is in Nusfjord, one of the best preserved cod fishing villages in Lofoten and now historically protected. It has been converted from a fishing village used in the darkest winter months to a summer tourist resort. The design of the 2” x 2” bathing platform is a re-interpretatio in timber of the massive rock landscape on which it sits. The ondulating terrace contains a sun-deck with various bathing facilities, including a sauna and a hot tub. The project faces the mouth of the fjord and in winter is battered by waves which pass over the roofs of the adjoining buildings. The uplift force of these waves was countered by a massive underbuilding structure and a terrace which is 50% open to let the water through and thus offer as little resistance as possible. For website see:  https://scarcityandcreativityinlatitude68n.wordpress.com/about/ For timelapse construction video see:  http://vimeo.com/67724588
STUDENTS: VICTORIA Amundsen, Ketil Andersen, Laura Birina, Lea Cavelier, Merete Claudi-Nielsen, Monica Fernandez Amigo, Magnus Flo, Erik Ohnstad Folmo, Nerea Guezuraga Saitua, Glenn Alexander Hansen, Magnus Sandberg Johansen, Lars Egge Johnsen, Sotiria Kriemadi, Nicolas Jose Lira Vigneaux, Jon Kåre Mannsåker, Sofia Martins da Cunha, Sylva Solås Marwoll, Marcela Paz Moraga Zarate, Mayaan Adriana Navon Espinoza, Adrian Rove Nordgård, Robin Rakke, Berit Ribsskog, Marie Jenny Voraa, Isabell Nystuen Waldal, Yang Zhang. Staff: Christian Hermansen, Michael Hensel, Solveig Sandness Client: Nusfjord AS, Client Representative: Roar Jacobsen Awards: Excellence in Professionalism AWARD 2013 (Arkitektbedriftene i Norge); Excellence in the use of Wood in Architecture Award 2013 (TreFocus);
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