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Floating campsite at the Beauport Outdoor Center

 

The floating camp project is intended to be a unique attraction, offering users an immersive experience. In the line of inspiration of typical Mediterranean seaside architecture, the concept offers three camping platforms on the water, with their own color code and clean graphics. Each secure platform offers a comfortable space (20 'x 24') consisting of a shelter with a pergola roof, furniture (picnic table and Adirondack chairs), equipment, a composting toilet and an access by canoe. The shelter is composed of an aluminum structure anchored to the floating platform, and is largely ventilated in order to benefit from the view and the settings.

These floating campsites are part of the Transitional Spaces Project for the City of Quebec, positioning themselves as a renewal and, where appropriate, enhancing the experience of these places, with a focus on the close relationship of people with water. The concept therefore proposes a sensitive and colorful development program, materialized through a wide range of exterior equipment, custom-designed and graphically inspired by the river development program put in place by the City of Quebec. The objective is to reinforce the dialogue between the users and the natural heritage that the rivers are thanks to these original and attractive public spaces.


Client

Quebec City

Partners

Jackworld

Expertise

Design, artistic direction, project management