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ASTOC Architects wins first prize for Senftenberg Harbor competition

ASTOC Architects & Planners have won first prize in the international competition for the new harbor and pier in Senftenberg, Germany. The purpose of the competition was to design the new harbour on the basis of an urban study.

The integration of the lake into the 70 square kilometers of navigable interconnection will further develop the tourist infrastructure of the region “Lausitzer Seenland”.

The new pier plays an important role as a new landmark for the region. The project consists of port facilities as well as a restaurant with meeting rooms overlooking the harbor.

More images after the break.

Cite:Sebastian Jordana. "ASTOC Architects wins first prize for Senftenberg Harbor competition" 15 Apr 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/19803/astoc-architects-win-first-prize-for-senftenberg-harbor-competition/>