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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Dorte Mandrup, New Wadden Sea Center in Ribe

The visitor center in Ribe, a small town in the southwest part of Denmark’s Jutland Peninsula, has been renovated and enlarged by the Copenhagen-based architect Dorte Mandrup, and the new building was recently inaugurated. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Wadden Sea National Park stretches on to Germany and the Netherlands. Fifteen million birds stop for food in its marshes during their migratory flights. The construction emerges from the ground, drawing a soft long profile against the horizon. Containing 2,800 square meters of space, it blends into the landscape with a sculptural thatched roof rooted in local building tradition. The original visitor pavilion had three wings and a fourth one has been added, referencing nearby farmhouses.
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