BALTIC SEA PARK PÄRNU
the idea of the baltic sea park is to create a space linking the city with the river so as to create a clear and legible space. it is diverse, each part has its own triangular plateau, partly covered with tall trees, high grasses and a flat grassy area that can be used for outdoor display of art. all nine parts of the park are connected with concrete path.
the eastern end of the park is closed by the visitors center, which operates throughout the year bringing tourists a knowledge of the baltic sea countries. the roof of the pavilion is designed as on extension of the park. it is covered by green grass suitable to walk on it.
nine floating pavilions were designed to be attached to movable gangplanks, dynamically penetrating the riverside. they form triangular shaped areas referring to the triangular park division. each pavilion has a permanent place at the gangplank to form a kind of riverside “puzzle game”. the pavilion structure is an open, self-supporting structure – kind of crust, which interior can be freely designed by each of the baltic countries.