The polder area is isolated, surrounded by dykes and infrastructure. The rows of trees give structure and atmosphere to the large park terrain and also offer shade. This distinctive, unambiguous design fosters a sense of familiarity and reliability. The willow branches can be used as biofuel or as raw material for hedges and huts. The choice of a symmetrical set-up for the design of the bridge strengthens the regularity of the river. Yet, in the narrow spaces between hedge and tiled walls, a different kind of garden is created:
This thin layer can be a refreshing play element in hot days and provides not only a cooling effect but also a soothing sound experience.
Bicycle bridge Cuijk-Mook
Triango is a working landscape machine with an integrated natural water system. These transitions are formed through the clever use of height differences. In essence, the terraces illustrate a cross-section of a forest landscape situated in low, moist areas, passing to the peaks of the Alps.