Overview Cube   Path with side wall  

The promenade is moved further south in order to guarantee unrestricted access to the water for future ground-nesting birds (lapwing) and other species living on the banks of the lake. The visitor is redirected to a less sensitive area and is still able to experience and observe the rich flora and fauna. The promenade indicates a clear division between visitor and nature reserve and helps to protect the habitat of the animals.

Platform with balustrade  

At the west end of the site the boardwalk leads to a platform in the lake. The architecture is a fishing platform, picnic place, and observatory tower in one. Built from simple wood beams, the architecture formally contrasts with the organic environment and offers users a functional and aesthetic platform. Several sitting boards for fishermen are installed closer to the water. Nature enthusiasts have the possibility to climb the roof via the stairs. The cube offers shelter from bad weather and direct sunlight.

Categories: Concept Development, Nature Reserve Moossee
Date: 13.03.2010