AN: A Park That Supports The Lives Of Residents

June 30, 2023
Architect's Newspaper

HWKN contributed a cafe sculpted to have a rocklike appearance. “The architecture creates a dialogue between the artificial geometries of humanity and the beauty of nature that is the broken edge that appears throughout our design,” Hollwich offered. “The best part is that every one of these pavilions is filled with program, because that’s what we really want to do,” he continued. “We want to create places for people to come together, enjoy each other, meet new people, because that, we believe, is the power of architecture. We can create places and invite people to experience each other, nature, and the architecture around it.”