Article source: Marco Casagrande
Sandworm is an organic structure/space/creature realized on the dunes of the Wenduine coastline, Belgium. The 45 meters long and 10 m wide and high installation moves freely in-between architecture and environmental art and is constructed entirely out of willow following the local knowledge of a continuing interaction between work and environment. Casagrande worked hard with his team of young architects and local experts for 4 weeks in order to create something that he describes as “weak architecture” – a human made structure that wishes to become part of nature through flexibility and organic presence.
- Architect: Marco Casagrande
- Name of Project: Sandworm
- Location: Wenduine, Belgium
- Project Manager: Nikita Wu / C-LAB
- Beaufort Triennial Curator: Jonas Vandeghinste
- Photos: Nikita Wu