Today, seaside resorts struggle to meet the desired program of pleasure within their society. As a result, the architecture, like that of piers, is decaying. This decay befalls from seaside resorts unable to respond to continuously changing trends and fashions in leisure, stagnating incomes and high maintenance costs.
This plan focusses on a long term existence through the creation of exclusivity, attempting to be less influenced by changing trends and fashions on free time activities.
On a larger scale the design captures the elements of the sea to create the sublime; The wind, the waves, and all sunsets. On a smaller scale the design offers a place of removal from the everyday and exposure to the sea. Through the notion of reorientation, one is distanced from the previous. Further distancing and removing oneself from the known is formed through intimate spaces. These spaces are defined by different materials, shapes, proportions and coloured lights.