Located in the port of Copenhagen, this small artificial island offers a true oasis of relaxation. Created by designers Blecher and Fokstrot and soberly entitled Ø1, this 25m² platform was built entirely of wood, using traditional techniques used for boat building.

This island is the first prototype of the Copenhagen Islands project, a series of floating modules which rethink the waters of the harbor as a public and living space. The other modules of this project will offer a floating sauna, a floating stage, a floating garden or a floating bar. These modular islands may be scattered around the harbor, or brought together to create one large platform. An awesome concept!

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