In 2014, Northside challenged us to create a unique wood installation to lift the atmosphere of the festival site while making a mark for the festival guests to meet up in the crowd. We continued the collab in 2015 with more focus on creating a unique meeting point for the festival guests. An installation in wood with focus on a changing mood when days become nights.
Together with our dear friend and architect Jeppe Steenberg, we created an unique installation each year: a three dimensional face of a bear consisting of a complex composition of woodsheets witch gave possibility for creating alternative seating options, and a pavilion which functioned as rain cover, visible mark on the festival site and seating options.
The installations became the most memorable meeting points during day and night. The special seating options around the ground support of the construction made reason for others to use the installation for both shadow and raincover by just sitting on the ground below the construction. Up to this day, we’re very proud to have played a role in the history of Northside.