Wadden Sea Centre in Jutland
Located in the southern part of Jutland, Denmark, The Wadden Sea is Denmark’s largest National park and appointed World Heritage by UNESCO. The building designed by
Dorte Mandrup A/S, which was initiated in February 2017, is an interpretation of the local building tradition and the rural farmhouse typology significant in the area. The centre is erected with thatched roofs and facades. The building hereby underlines the tactile qualities and robustness that can be found in traditional crafts and materials of the region.
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