Olęder region's traditions and modern space planning

Sand and water - a playground in Mursk is ready

The project is a continuation of last year's project "Mursk / Ładne in color." We want to remember the old, Olęder traditions of the region and show that the arrangement of the village, homes shapes and way of replanting plants and trees had their deep justification, and it is worth to remember that.

Footage of the workshop.

The final effect of the workshop will be performing recreation and playfull area, together with the people, by social participation. It will be a modern transformation of the old culture of the organization of space around the man. Playground is created from sand and water from the river Vistula (archaeological dig sand, water trails and traditional gardens).

Author of the design concept is Artur Gosk.

The project is implemented in partnership with Ari Ari Foundation, funded by the Województwo Kujawsko-Pomorskie and Fundusz Inicjatyw Obywatelskich.
Organized by: Stowarzyszenie „Z Siedzibą w Warszawie”

Co-organized by: Fundacja Ari Ari, Zespół Szkół w Smólniku, Gostynińsko-Włocławski Park Krajobrazowy, Sołectwo Mursk, Klub Odkrywców, Muzeum Ziemi Kujawskiej i Dobrzańskiej