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White Arkitekter：丹麦博恩霍尔姆岛上的港口小镇海斯勒以其日落而闻名。Hasle Harbour Baths是该岛委托的第一个促进旅游业发展的项目；一个无障碍、所有年龄的人都可以在水里洗澡、放松和享受壮丽海景和日落的社交聚会地点。
White Arkitekter：On the Danish island of Bornholm, the small port town of Hasle is renowned for its lingering sunsets. Hasle Harbour Baths was the first project commissioned by the island to boost its developing tourist industry; a social gathering point in the water, where people of all ages and abilities can bathe, relax and enjoy the spectacular sea views and sunsets.
While the harbour’s granite breakwaters provide safe berthing for fishing vessels, they also obstruct views out to sea. Reinstating the sea views was a driving factor behind Hasle Harbour Baths. The intention was for people to walk, sit and lie on the new structure which gave rise to the design concept of outdoor ‘carpeting’ that folded over the breakwaters. The largest of these, the ‘flygande mattan’, or ‘flying carpet’ forms the main structure.
Comprised of two timber stair formations atop of a floating concrete platform, the ‘flying carpet’ functions as a viewing platform and outdoor lounge. Swimming enclosures of different depths lie on the platform’s inner edge, while the outer edge delineates swimming lanes in the surrounding deep waters. Stair formations rise from the platform, creating staggered seating at different levels. Two diving platforms also extend from the main stairs. The unusual name refers to the tip of the Z-shaped structure that shoots seven-metres above the water surface, evoking the dynamism of the mythological carpet. At this westerly point, visitors are rewarded with views of Hasle harbour, the sea, as well the formidable sunsets.
Hasle Harbour Baths are connected to shore by a 25 metre floating promenade that leads to a sauna, bathrooms and an outdoor changing area. To the south of this is a jetty catering for a variety of water sports. The wooden stairs, promenade and outdoor furniture is composed of FSC-certified Azobé timber, selected for its aesthetic qualities as well as its ability to withstand the harsh marine environment.
The main stair formation combines a number of functions: Walking steps have a rise and run of 170 and 300 mm; Diving platforms are integrated as extensions of the steps; Seating is laid out in a staggered pattern, following the module of the walking steps; These platforms have alternating widths that accommodate upright seating as well as more relaxed postures.
▼平面图纸 Project Drawings
摄影：Signe Find Larsen, Mats Ek, Anton Almqvist
Client: Bornholm Regional Municipality
Location: Hasle, Denmark
Status: Completed 2013
Area: 960 sqm
Visuals: Signe Find Larsen, Mats Ek, Anton Almqvist
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