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Andalsnes Master Plan proposal / Jagnefält Milton

Rolling Hotel © Jagnefält Milton
Rolling Hotel © Jagnefält Milton

Swedish architects Jagnefält Milton shared with us their proposal, awarded with the third prize in an open international master plan competition for the city of Åndalsnes in Norway. A little description and more images after the break.

Our master plan proposal for the Norwegian city of Åndalsnes turns the old industry train tracks into a new kind of infrastructure for mobile buildings that can be rolled back and forth depending on seasons and situations. For example, we propose a rolling hotel, a rolling public bath and a rolling concert hall.

Master Plan Area
Master Plan Area

According to the Jury Report the jury appreciated that we did not propose new city blocks, public squares, boardwalks etcetera, but instead focused entirely on the existing rail road network and created something unexpected from it. They were also moved by the presentation material which they thought had a surreal mood with a magic and Tarkovsky-esk atmosphere that contrasted well with the sober and technical plans and axonometric drawings.

Rolling Public Bath © Jagnefält Milton
Rolling Public Bath © Jagnefält Milton
Cite:Nico Saieh. "Andalsnes Master Plan proposal / Jagnefält Milton" 27 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/98795/andalsnes-master-plan-proposal-jagnefalt-milton/>