Madland Havn is part of one of the eighteen routes that make up the tourist attraction Norwegian Scenic Routes (Turistvei). The experience is enhanced by innovative architecture. Madland Havn is located along the coast of Jæren in Hå municipality. This is a beautiful and weather-exposed harbour with two protruding piers. In winter storms, it is also a popular place to experience the extreme forces of nature at a safe distance. The project consists of a public toilet building constructed in concrete, and a timber cabin to provide both shelter and serve as a viewing point during storms.
Situated on a small embankment above the harbour, an extensive parking and viewing platform will offer visitors spectacular views of the North Sea. Adjacent to the parking there is a concrete service building with two toilets. The building will have a specially designed hollow brick façade that will allow the light from inside to glow in the dark like a lantern.
The Storm Hut is a timber building that will offer visitors a safe shelter to experience the sea and wind up close during stormy weather. The structure consists of intricately connected glulam beams and columns, with CLT panels.
Structural engineering during all design stages. Technical assistance during construction.