Tuesday, May 16, 2006
THE AURLAND LOOKOUT - NORWAY
Jutting out from the roadside, high above the small Norwegian town of Aurland, is an organic highway to oblivion. The Aurland Lookout is a seamless curve of locally harvested timber that sprouts 30 meters out from the road, before cascading into a breathtaking fjord. The mind is easily tricked by the eyes, which barely register the wall of glass that protects sightseers against the edge of this structure. Designed by architects Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen, it recreates the stomach-lurching sensation 'of a child on a swing'
Thanks The Cool Hunter
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