InformationThe interior will contain a concert hall, dining hall, and conference center. There also will be galleries for artists to sell their creative works.
A junction in the northern part of Sweden, a destination for people all over the world, a monument dedicated to wilderness, nature and the king of the forest. Our goal is for this giant moose to be "born" before the end of 2006.
- Situated on top of the mountain "Vithatten"
- 2 legs in the district of Arvidsjaur and region "Norrbotten".
- 2 legs in the district of Skellefteå and region "Västerbotten."
- Construction completely made of gluelam wood with steeltubes in the legs and in the "pinetree".
- Approx. 47 m long, 12 m wide, 35 m on the back, ca 45 m on the antlers. The antlers incl. tines approx. 100 m².
- The moose will bite onto a pinetree, inside the pine an elevator will lift people up to enter the moose through the mouth. The branches from the pine will serve as an umbrella over the antlers.
- The exterior will be made from heat-preparated wood, which makes it possible to decide colour by using different temperatures.
- A track will be made for those who rather want to walk to the top.
- Inside the moose there will be 3 floors with a total size of approx. 1500 m² and a floor in the throat with a size of 250 m².
- Done by December 2006.
Governor Grandholm should take note of this for her "cool cities" concept. Maybe Ann Arbor could build a huge Wolverine, and put a football field inside. Next thing you know, Los Angeles will build a giant Trojan Horse.