Project Cocondo sets out to repurpose WW2 bunkers along the coast.
For this pilot bunker I worked with Remko Verhaagen on the interior pieces. With circularity as a main mission in this project the wood used comes from a local oak tree. Planted in roughly the same period as the bunker was build it was felled by a storm. By making tiles viewing the end grain of the wood a desired minimalist appearance could be created. At the same time the tiles with their visible growth rings tell the life-story of the tree.