Giant Dutch ‘Seasaw’ Creates New Symbol for UNESCO World Heritage Site

The city of Den Helder in The Netherlands will soon be home to an enormous, publicly accessible seesaw.

Due for completion in 2019,  “Seasaw” is 300m2 of functional artwork and five kilometres of walking, hiking and cycling track, forming an infinite loop.

Urban redeveloper Zeestad selected MVRDV as the winners of their competition to create a new symbol for Den Helder- something that would not only give the city a sense of identity, but renew its connection to the sea. Read More via LandscapeArchitecture.

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