Franco, Sentkiewicz. Kroken Park. Tromso. Norway

July 16, 2012

Franco, Sentkiewicz. Kroken Park. Tromso. Norway

The area between the Krokensenteret building, in the south and, the School building, in the north, is currently occupied by a rather small birch forest crossed by a muddy path with no clear urban role. Its topography presents a roughly homogeneous slope that grows higher from northwest to southeast with a total height variance of approximately 7 m. Due to new investments coming into the neighbourhood, a new plan was elaborated in order to organize these forces and create a wholly structure for the new situation: the new Kroken Centre. The birch forest area suddenly becomes vital for the new urban scheme of the Neighbourhood due to its position, connecting the main public facilities.

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