4 strategic landscape projects for Vikna
– the archipelago of coves
The project proposes a long-term strategy for the archipelago of Vikna in Nord-Trøndelag. Four strategic locations underscore the territory’s socio-cultural, ecological and economical values: biodiversity, renewable energy, sustainable aquaculture, and tourism.
Each project is chosen for specific landscape features such as location, topography, infrastructure, view and a place for future investment and development potential. Rørvik, the most urban, is equipped with a didactic, floating aquaculture platform/restaurant with spectacular views; its adjacent park reconfigures a large parking area with integrated storm water management. In Vandsøya, a new diving center is combined with existing fisheries to celebrate the dramatic landscape. A local ferry dock is upgraded and a basis for a new fish-hatchery in Ramstadlandet. Finally, in Kvaløya, a planting strategy works to allow the coexistence of windmills and birds. Together, the proposals strengthen the value of Vikna and offer inhabitants and visitors broader experiences in this rare landscape.
Erlend Åsgard Marthinsen | firstname.lastname@example.org | +47 924 38 365