Open Air Gjennomsikte Pavilion Doubles as a Lakeside Retreat and Theater Stage

November 28, 2013 by  
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This project was built in connection with the walkabout project (Breddelangs), which is a local initiative organized to bring awareness to the Lahelle river area. The green park surrounding the pavilion has become quite a popular place for local families despite the fact that the lot was formerly labeled as a  toxic, polluted space. The area has been transformed quite a bit recently in order to erase traces of its former industrial past: new real estate projects have been approved and a community arts center has opened recently. To further enhance the area along the riverbanks, local municipalities have plans to develop a large network of pedestrian and bicycle connections . + Kollaboratoriet Via Arch Daily Photos by Feileacán McCormick and Anna Andrea Vik Aniksdal Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “sustainable architecture” , Architecture , community space , Eco Architecture , eco building , Gjennomsikte Pavilion , green architecture , Kollaboratoriet , norway , Norway Architecture , Norwegian , Porsgrunn , public buildings , public space , riverside , skien , Sustainable Materials , theater , theatre , theatre space , timber structures , urban development        

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Open Air Gjennomsikte Pavilion Doubles as a Lakeside Retreat and Theater Stage

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