A very diverse group of architecture and design students spending 10 days together in a National Park in Estonia
A floating wooden structure which extends the park's existing infrastructure, aimed at locals and visitors alike
A piece of micro architecture which is inspired by its surroundings
Estonia's beautiful Soomaa national park consists of large raised bogs, flood plain grasslands, forests and meandering rivers. Each year in spring, the rivers flood and the land is covered with water, which leaves visitors and locals to navigate the area by boat.
The goal of the workshop was to create a wooden installation which could join the existing forest infrastructure while reflecting its delicate environment.