PHOTOS AND VIDEO MADE BY DAWID MAJEWSKI
result of International workshop MOOD FOR WOOD
The outdoor furniture piece was created during a 2-week intensive workshop in Poznan, Poland by a team of architecture, design and landscape architecture students from different countries. The wooden structure planted to the ground protects visitors from the noisy outside world. The shape of an object is site-specific and fabricated at the spot to mimic the morphology of the existing root network to not disrupt their growth.
VOLODYMYR VOJEVODIN, KOS ŠIMON, VIKTÓRIA PÁLFY, MACIEJ TOSZEK, ALICJA KOWALCZYK, JULITA BANASZAK, ANNA KOLARSKA, DOMINIK LITWIN, PAWEL GRABOWSKI, EWA JASTRZAB, PATRYCJA LOBERT
The warped surface of the sunken platform allows every visitor to find a comfortable position no matter what shape type or size their body is. Different levels of terrace engage to focus on tree crowns or water reservoir depending on the user’s position. Construction was designed to handle a group of people which makes it not only the oasis for contemplating nature but also a meeting place for students of the nearby University of Life Sciences.