The new WADDEN SEA CENTRE
After 1.5 years of closure H.R.H. opened the new WADDEN SEA CENTRE in February 2017.
The centre has been expanded from 400 m2 to 2,800 m2 and today it holds classrooms, offices, service areas, a meeting rooms, a café, a shop and more than 1,000 m2 of exhibition.
The project leader from Esbjerg Local Council is Lilli Lindberg.
The outdoor areas are 24,000 m2 and lies 4.65 m DVR90.
THE WADDEN SEA CENTRE
Architect Dorte Mandrup Poulsen has designed the new WADDEN SEA CENTRE.
Architect Kasper Pilemand was the project architect for Dorte Mandrup.
The thatchers are Kim Andersen, Arne Klyver and Ruud Conjin.
The entrepreneur is Bo Michaelsen.
The architect of the WADDEN SEA CENTRE's tundra-garden etc. is Marianne Levinsen.
EXHIBITION: THE MIGRATORY BIRDS' WADDEN SEA
Architect Johan Carlson from JAC Studios have in co-operation with Morten Ranmar from No Parking Copenhagen, Jason Bruges Studio in London and the WADDEN SEA CENTRE's team created the new exhibition.
Olga Sigthorsdottir was the project architect for JAC Studio.
Interactive installations: No Parking Production
The digital ornithology: Jason Bruges Studio
Text: Nina Vinther
Lighting design: fortheloveoflight
Graphics and illustrations: ATWTP, All The Way To Paris
Watercolour paintings: Carl Christian Tofte
Wood carver: Rickard Thunberg
Stuccowork: Linda Weimann
Modeling and castings: Steen Hold
Fixtures and installation: CPH Steel, Morten Rosenberg