Wip Architecture designed the Station Biologique de Roscoff in France.
The walkway along the station's wall that's been entirely reworked with a new platform – in order to take full advantage of the surrounding oceans.
Resting by the sea, opposite of l'Île-de-Batz, the fishpond has two aspects. A public face on the beach, massive and inherent to its function – to retain water – and a lighter discreet side, only revealed to researchers at the Roscoff Biological Station.
The project in this environment creates a coherent and respectful architecture and magnifies the exceptional character of the site by integrating with it through subtle design.
Architecture: Wip Architecture
Project: Station Biologique de Roscoff