Great Design At Norway’s Salt Festival

Norwegian architecture firm Rintala Eggertsson teamed up with artist Joar Nango to build several really cool temporary wooden structures for the brand new Salt Festival, a week-long arts and culture event on Sandhornøya, an island in northern Norway. The main pavilion was inspired by traditional fish drying racks, and visitors can spend the night in a raised wooded hut based on traditional “njallas,” cabins set on stilts to ward off animal attacks.

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