Snøhetta creates disappearing walkway on Traelvikosen Scenic Route

Architecture and design studio Snøhetta has installed a path of stones off the coast of Norway that emerges and disappears with the tide to illustrate “the passing of time”.

Located with views of Torghatten mountain in Helgeland, the stepped Traelvikosen Scenic Route installation encourages travellers to slow down and observe nature.

Snøhetta’s design comprises 55 stepping stones, placed in a row along the sandy sea floor so that their visibility and accessibility change with the rising and falling of the water.

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