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Klaksvik City Center / LCLAOFFICE + Lateral Office

© LCLAOFFICE + Lateral Office
© LCLAOFFICE + Lateral Office

Last week, we shared LCLAOFFICEs conceptual proposal for the Kiev Islands, a proposal which connected the urban with the natural through an activated network of activities.  In their shortlisted entry for the Faroe Islands, the firm teamed with Lateral Office to relink the city of Klaksvik with both of its bays.  Such a move allows the urban development, which has historically happened along the length of the bay, and the civic and public institutions, which have been concentrated in an urban corridor, to connect people with the water. More after the break.