Floating observatory on the Dutch flat sands changes shape with the tides
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Drie Streken is located at the centre of ‘Zeven Stricken’ (seven illuminated points of the compass), in the island of Terschelling, and was built as part of this year's ten-day Oerol Festival. It can be approach via a long boardwalk that leads to a main circular pavilion that serves as a meeting location illuminated by the Solar System's central star. Its shape, formed by vertical wooden poles, opens and closes according to the tides to reveal the changing environment. Related: Cosmically-cool...