The Haunting Idle.
The Akerselva river is reopened in all its length towards the sea. Once again it becomes a part of the city. This enhances a series of spatial alignments along the river side. It unites disparate flows and events by following its path. The park becomes a gateway for the existing underground connections, using the river as its spatial orientation. This creates a unique spatial experience within Oslo. The surrounding nature is once again connected to the sea and the river regains its infrastructural purpose within the city. The park and the river render the area more child and family friendly and they allow the interaction of all layers of society while simultaneously representing the Norwegian spatial ideals of nature.
THIS PROJECT WAS THE RESULT OF THE BERLAGE SECOND SEMESTER'S PROJECT GLOBAL STUDIO.
PROJECT BY: PIERGIANNA MAZZOCCA
INSTRUCTOR: MARCUS KEMPERS