Carl Viggo Holmebakk has come up with a distinct design for the Jektvik Ferry Quay in Norway. The building has varying layers, all made up of different materials aluminum, glass and pine struts to keep everything together. At night, the entire building sends off an eery glow due to this layering that was done to the structure.
Moreover, the building takes on an angular look, with the roof area jutting out to the side. This was done to provide more space in the upper section to allow for proper installation of the lighting. There are plans to expand this space in the future, providing areas for a snack bar as well as an information stand for customers.
Photo Credits: designboom, holmebakk.no
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