Intryck av Sävsjön : en förstudie till gestaltningen av en naturcamping

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från SLU/Dept. of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management (from 130101)

Sammanfattning: How does one design with respect to the place? A large part of our built environment today has taken existing natural prerequisites into little or no consideration, which has resulted in a widespread loss of place – a bland expression of architetcure. The answer may lie in our fundamental understanding of place and how we choose to perceive our surroundings. The phenomenological approach to architecture and the concept of genius loci as outlined by the Norwegian architect Christian Norberg-Schulz has been the foundation for the qualitative place analysis, of which this bachelor thesis is based upon. A naturalistic campsite by the lake Sävsjön in Värmland is today in need of a holistic development plan. Through an understanding of trends in nature-based tourism, a thorough analysis of the character of the site and a study on the architecture of Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, it is the the aim of this thesis to serve as a pre-study to this development plan. The building of new camping huts is backed up by the trend of soft adventure – experiencing nature without sacrificing the comfort of modern life. The study trip to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art provided ideas for the interplay between architecture and landscape and the landscape analyses of Sävsjön showed possible implementations of these ideas to strengthen the on site-experience.

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