Situated in the southernmost region of Norway, the Lyset paa Lista is a tiny pavilion enjoying the most unique and fascinating wild landscape that surrounds it.
This project was originated by a group made up of 50 local landowners, designed by Trondheim-based firm TYIN tegnestue working with architecture students from Mexico and Norway.
A wood construction stands out and form a contrast to the wildness of the Lista nature. The construction forms a straight line over very complex and uneven landscape. A wooden pathway running 60 meters in length ensures universal access to the small cabin found at the end of the structure.
Inspiration from architect:
This group wants to realize the areas potential for tourism, an ambition they share with the local government.
We decided the best way to go about this would be to create a physical structure in the midst of the sand dune landscape, so potential investors and decision makers can experience the beautiful and unique nature of Lista firsthand.