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Entré Muddus

Geidemark, Sebastian LU (2017) AAHM01 20171
Department of Architecture and the Built Environment
Abstract
How the architecture relates to the nature reflects our overall view of the environment. The built has the ability and posibility to enlighten and enhance the value of the nature, as well as it can do the opposite. In Norrbotten, between Jokkmokk and Gällivare, lies Muddus. Muddus is Swedens largest national park forest
with an old-growth forest unaffected by the modern forest industry. Ravines cut through the towering forest, dramatically changing the perspectives.

It is in this context the project lies. The work aims to highlight Muddus, to make perspectives available and experiences possible. How does one highlight something
that is strongest in its own self, in its own purity?

The project includes an entry building in... (More)
How the architecture relates to the nature reflects our overall view of the environment. The built has the ability and posibility to enlighten and enhance the value of the nature, as well as it can do the opposite. In Norrbotten, between Jokkmokk and Gällivare, lies Muddus. Muddus is Swedens largest national park forest
with an old-growth forest unaffected by the modern forest industry. Ravines cut through the towering forest, dramatically changing the perspectives.

It is in this context the project lies. The work aims to highlight Muddus, to make perspectives available and experiences possible. How does one highlight something
that is strongest in its own self, in its own purity?

The project includes an entry building in connection to the main entrance to the national park, and a pavilion connecting to the walking trail Muddusleden along the ravine. (Less)
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author
Geidemark, Sebastian LU
supervisor
organization
course
AAHM01 20171
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
language
Swedish
id
8918115
date added to LUP
2017-12-11 14:59:57
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2017-12-11 14:59:57
@misc{8918115,
  abstract     = {How the architecture relates to the nature reflects our overall view of the environment. The built has the ability and posibility to enlighten and enhance the value of the nature, as well as it can do the opposite. In Norrbotten, between Jokkmokk and Gällivare, lies Muddus. Muddus is Swedens largest national park forest
with an old-growth forest unaffected by the modern forest industry. Ravines cut through the towering forest, dramatically changing the perspectives. 

It is in this context the project lies. The work aims to highlight Muddus, to make perspectives available and experiences possible. How does one highlight something
that is strongest in its own self, in its own purity? 

The project includes an entry building in connection to the main entrance to the national park, and a pavilion connecting to the walking trail Muddusleden along the ravine.},
  author       = {Geidemark, Sebastian},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Entré Muddus},
  year         = {2017},
}