RODEO ARCHITECTS

Hidra Coastal centre

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Hidra Coastal centre

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Type: Commision
Client: Vest-Agder fylkeskommune, Flekkefjord kommune, Signaler - Flekkefjord næringshage
Program: Masterplan, Aquarium, Hotel, Recreation, Education
Size: 10.000 m2
Location: Hidra, Norway
Status: Ongoing

Team: Anders Ese, Jo Ese, Ivar Lyngner, Henning Sunde
Collaborators: Kjell Larsen, Atle Tjelflaat

Rodeo have been project managers in the inception phase of this project. We have developed plans for a learning centre on the coastline of one of the southernmost islands in Norway. The area is under strict supervision in terms of preserving the local biotopes. The island, which once was a thriving trade and fishing port, is now in a transitional phase with an uncertain future in terms of maintaining an economic basis for a resident population. Our main objective has therefore been to create a process where eco-preservation and socio-economic growth can work together, and in keeping with the small island's heritage and culture.

Through the inception phase we have examined the ideas and findings from the feasibility study that we concluded in early 2008. We have developed main guidelines and target goals. The work has consisted of analysing additional programs that can constitute parts of the project. All in all there are four programs: an aquarium, an eco-hotel, a summer camp for children, and an activity centre. The economic robustness and entrepreneurial viability of these programs have been examined.

To secure a broad basis for cooperation it has been crucial to include a multitude of interest groups throughout the inception phase.

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Type: Commision
Client: Vest-Agder fylkeskommune, Flekkefjord kommune, Signaler - Flekkefjord næringshage
Program: Masterplan, Aquarium, Hotel, Recreation, Education
Size: 10.000 m2
Location: Hidra, Norway
Status: Ongoing

Team: Anders Ese, Jo Ese, Ivar Lyngner, Henning Sunde
Collaborators: Kjell Larsen, Atle Tjelflaat

Rodeo have been project managers in the inception phase of this project. We have developed plans for a learning centre on the coastline of one of the southernmost islands in Norway. The area is under strict supervision in terms of preserving the local biotopes. The island, which once was a thriving trade and fishing port, is now in a transitional phase with an uncertain future in terms of maintaining an economic basis for a resident population. Our main objective has therefore been to create a process where eco-preservation and socio-economic growth can work together, and in keeping with the small island's heritage and culture.

Through the inception phase we have examined the ideas and findings from the feasibility study that we concluded in early 2008. We have developed main guidelines and target goals. The work has consisted of analysing additional programs that can constitute parts of the project. All in all there are four programs: an aquarium, an eco-hotel, a summer camp for children, and an activity centre. The economic robustness and entrepreneurial viability of these programs have been examined.

To secure a broad basis for cooperation it has been crucial to include a multitude of interest groups throughout the inception phase.