Norway is celebrated for its breathtaking serene nature, deep fjords and tall mountains. So this year, 120HOURS teamed up with students from BAS - The Bergen School of Architecture, to focus on the western coast of Norway. The competition aimed to take a critical view towards the crown jewel of the picturesque coast: The Geiranger fjord.
The task of 120 HOURS 2013 was to design a Cruise ship Hyperdock structure that actively and formally engaged the surrounding context and natural conditions. The proposed structure had to accommodate a minimum of three cruise ships at once, and attempt to supply clean energy to the ships while docked. The participants were free to choose any supplementary program and the extent of the site was indefinite.