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A terrible story of a sunken boat in the fjord, and never found again. No tangible trace of this story, just some oral testimony and the memory of a community. A fjord, beautiful in its wilderness, keeper of the myriad of animal species, the background of natural and exciting changes. Nature, that normalizes all, 124 absorbs the traces of mankind and leads to harmony in a beautiful landscape.

We can not change this, we can only work with nature, tides, seasons. We can keep this place as open-air museum, as a living and changing testimony of events (even those no longer visible) and donate it to the community. 76

Through a series of micro 20 architectures arranged along the bay we want to give back to the21inhabitants (but also tourists, campers, children) a place to discover. A place to closely observe the wonderful bird species protected in Falstadbukta, a place for hiking, 10 a place to relax with friends or where you can walk to discover the muddy bottom of the bay.

No memorials, no commemorative plaques. A place freed from its past that leaves emerge, from time to time, thanks to the movement of the sea, some traces of micro-architectures for visiting the park. These tracks will remind us of something, or just linger there and think about all the truths hidden beneath the sea.

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Trondheimsfjorden

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Hernes

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Nordholmen 1

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BOARD II

Øvre-Falstad

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Falstadbukta

Ekne

Gustadtangen

Strand

Ekne kirke 61

Holaunet

Ekne stadion Solvang 61

Bruheim 61 61

Nord-Gustad

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Ner-Falstad

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Øver-Gustad Falstadsenteret

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Våttåberget Solbakken

Dalen

Grønvoll

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Perssveet

Intervention area

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Buildings / Houses

Streets

Rivers / Lakes

Roads

Falstads tidEvannspaRk

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We designed micro architectures that interact with the tide.

These devices operate with low tide, ensuring the exploration of the bay. They can also be used with the high tide: in this case they take possession of a further symbolic level.

LOW TIDE

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5 MICRO-ARCHITECTURE 1 FOOTBRIDGE

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MICRO-ARCHITECTURE 2 ISLAND

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MICRO-ARCHITECTURE 3 POLES FOR BIRDS

HIGH TIDE

MICRO-ARCHITECTURE 4 OBSERVATION WALL

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MICRO-ARCHITECTURE 5 PLATFORM

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MICRO-ARCHITECTURE 6 HANDRAIL

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VISUALIZATION #1 : LOW TIDE BIRDWATCHING — OBSERVATION WALLS, POLES FOR BIRDS

VISUALIZATION #2 : LOW TIDE EXPLORING THE BAY — HANDRAILS, PLATFORMS, WOODEN ISLANDS

VISUALIZATION #3 : LOW TIDE WALKING IN THE PARK — FOOTBRIDGES

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VISUALIZATION #4 : HIGH TIDE DEVICES DISAPPEAR IN THE WATER, LEAVING OUT ONLY A TRACE OF THEMSELVES. WOODS THAT EMERGE SEEM TO SUMMON A BOAT THAT SANK, SLOWLY REAPPEARS.

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Falstads tidevannspark  

RRR Birgitte Margrete Fjørtoft, Fabrizio Bellomo, Piergiorgio Italiano + Irene Arescaldino, Anna Paola Buonanno

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