Take a Leek -

A crossing through the section of Copenhagen, parting the water with a pair of secant walls creating a tunnel leading to the Royal Opera House. Walk (nearly) on water, or through the dramatic tunnel all the while experiencing the shimmering, floating glass walls.

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Take a Leek

"Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the Lord swept the sea back by a strong east wind all night and turned the sea into dry land, so the waters divided."

- The Bible, Exodus 14:21.

Site Map

Dual site map, showing relevant building in Copenhagen, and their basement activity.

Dehydration of a Leek

Casts of the interior of various leeks, which had been dehydrated to different degrees.

Cast Study

Looking closely at the texture, and spatial qualities achieved in the casts.

Imagined Interior

Imagined interior walking through the secant wall like tunnel.

Night Walk

Experiencing the glass walls lit at night, while walking along the secant wall.

Drawing Set

Set of Drawings showing the workings of the proposal between the opera house the car park.

Underneath the Wall

Image of model collection from underneath, almost as it would be in reality.

Entering The Wall

Walking through the secant wall tunnel, through the models.

New River Landscape

A view from Noma, looking towards the new river landscape created due to the new crossing.