Coexisting habitats in post-oil Fagerstrand
„The oil-age is over!“ is the message, the deformed former oil tanks - natural monuments which are now used as biotopes - are shouting out wildly into the Oslo-fjord.The former industrial area is now reused as a natural reserve, open for all. Habitats for human as well as non-humans are connected through intertwined pathways, made out of recycled material, merging together the once separated parts of Fagerstrand from coast to center up to the forest. Areas for cultural activities at the seaside together with administrative locations at the center serve as a platform and as an invitation for everyone to come together and discuss collective modes of transportation, enrichments of existing type of living and therefore activate a lively process to reshape our environment in a sustainable way.
Living city, living sea
'Living city, living sea' proposes a new Fagerstrand where urban development, value creation and…
Our vision is to cross connect the commercial center, nature and the sea side, so that the city's…
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