Valencian architect Vicente Guallart is the creator of a new form of recreation on our beaches, through its Microcost, a kind of wooden artificial islands with different shapes, angles and sides and has worked in Vinaroz (Castellón, Spain).
These islands allow terrestrial land use despite its rough surface and thus goes beyond the landforms and rocks so common in some costs , to create a safe and flat to use as a solarium or take a picnic, where children and older people to feel comfortable.
The idea is very interesting when socializing a space that otherwise would be difficult to enjoy. Using a natural material like wood is also ideal for tackling the elements.
According Guallart, its architecture is focused on innovation in the country through different projects and ideas put aside and used solutions. Thus it becomes essential to conserve the natural environment, built to integrate and never to destroy or distort the landscape. It seems clear that Microcost get it.