Ned-earth-land, a clay folly in Rotterdam's harbour (competition)
project: a small temporary pavillion built in Rotterdam's harbour as a result of "FollyDOCK" International Folly Contest. Structure is in birch plywood CNC cut,the exterior layer is realized using a mixture of sand, straw and clay collected in different regions of Netherland, as a tribute to the ability of dutch people to build their own land.
place: Heijplaat, Rotterdam (NL)
date: summer 2007
client: FollyDOCK IFCR
cost: € 3.500
collaborator: Astrid Bennink