Floating wooden structures designed by Estonian students navigate seasonally-flooded forests
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The area of bogland and rivers predictably floods each year, severing ties with the outside world as the water rushes over roads and inviting a new, peaceful perspective for visitors who explore the territory in their canoes. Students of the Estonian Academy of Arts Interior Architecture department, led by professor Hannes Praks, eagerly took the challenge to build structures, named Veetee, that would serve visitors’, as well as nature’s, needs. Related: Gigantic wooden megaphones amplify...