More and more of us are turning to the outdoors when seeking peace, balance, and a touch of adventure as a contrast to our more and more hectic lifestyle. But to do so, we need to be able to make home with nature. That is why we are inviting 15 of Scandinavias top architect students to merge architecture and nature.
Their challenge is to design and create pathways, hideouts, shelters located on mountain tops, in the woods or along the coastline on the High Coast of Sweden. Getaways that are free from distractions – constructions that help us get in touch with nature, reclaim our inner peace and inspire new creative ideas.
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THE FOREST CRADLE
Where: Höga Kusten Stigen Skuleberget.
Eva Troive, Lund School of Architecture (LTH), Sverige
Martin A S Vevatne Trondheim School of Architecture (NTNU), Norge
Maren Lovise Øby Trondheim School of Architecture (NTNU), Norge
Louise Hansson Chalmers School of Architecture, Sverige
Anton Valek Umeå School of Architecture (UMA), Sverige
Var: Köpmanholmen Havsbad
OVER THE EDGE
Where: Mount Kulberget, Kramfors
Anders Thelaus, Chalmers school of architecture, Sverige
David Grahn Hellberg, Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademis Skoler for
Anastasia Ignatova, Trondheim School of Architecture, Norge
Hanna Järbel, Chalmers school of architecture, Sverige
Vide Edenor, Umeå School of Architecture, Sverige