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The play/family area of a new city park
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A sketch
project
on the
new
city park
in
Falkenberg

North east of Falkenberg, there are a group of fresh water wells called Höstena, with a mythical history connected to them. A farmer is said to have sunk into the wells with his horse and carriage, later found alive in Ätran close to Falkenberg.  The water is very clear and bubbly, home to salmon spawns on their way to the main river.

 

We propose a play version of the wells in the park, designed to communicate the legend of the farmer and his carriage.

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Version 1.0
Reference: The Höstena wells photographed by diver Tobias Dahlin.
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Version 2.0
Reference: Höstena wells, east of Falkenberg.
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Version 3.0
Reference: Water play, kids attraction to water. Example from a park in Göteborg. Leaving adults and parents to relax.
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Version 4.0
Sketches: Basic sketches for a bubbly water well to play with and learn about the local saying of the well.
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