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    It was a great experience work together with many talented people. I was in a group with other nine people, and it was magic see what is possible… Read More
    It was a great experience work together with many talented people. I was in a group with other nine people, and it was magic see what is possible to do in ten days and lot of hard work. The first days we sketched together some ideas, after chose the one, we started. Was not so simple, the four legs structure had a complex shape, and we had to do many of them and combine together at the end. After solving all that puzzle the next big challenge was put all together on the hill. Beginning from the bottom on the hill, finishing at the top on the maize field, was a great view. The ideia was that you could feel walking above all that maize. Read Less
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Led by hungarian architects Juhász ákos and Eke dániel, ‘corn-walk’ is an elevated pathway that passes in a direct line from open field into the corn stalks. the 40 meter length structure is made of 4×4 members arranged in X-shaped units, and infilled with horizontal pieces to create a ramped floor.
Corn-walk was inspired by the landscape, it is a straight line in thee field, which starts from the lightly ascending field towards the cornfield and the ascending sun. The goal of the architects was not only to give a special experience to the ones who walk on the installation, but to create a unique coreaography as well. 
Hello Wood has held its 2014 summer camp, resulting in 14 structures conceived and constructed by an international group of designers and students. held on the rural site of csórompuszta, near hungary’s lake balaton, this year’s program was based on the theme ‘play with balance’ in an attempt to question stability and equilibrium in architecture. the disparate installations utilize light timber members in a variety of organizations to create different spatial experiences.
More infomation about HelloWood camp check designboom and HelloWood website.