In the Hungarian landscape, a curved path to observe buffalos

Paradigma Ariadné designed an educational trail going through nature: a wooden walkway along which a stable, small installations and a viewpoint appear to visitors.  

In the natural area of the city of Sándorfalva, located in southern Hungary, Paradigma Ariadné architectural studio designed a buffalo barn and an educational trail crossing the land. 

In addition to offering visitors the chance to observe animals in their habitat, the project aims to restore cultivation in the area – now entirely covered by reeds – thanks to the presence of buffalos, which will make the area once again marshy and rich in water sources.

On the 500-metre trail, elements inspired by the regular shapes of local agricultural buildings (a mixture between centuries-old architecture and contemporary industrial technologies) are placed: a buffalo barn, three small installations from which to admire the surroundings and a raised viewpoint at the end of the path. 

Educational trail at Sándorfalva
Sándorfalva, Hungary
Educational trail and buffalo barn
Paradigma Ariadné Ltd.
Fa-ker Sped Ltd.
Municipality of Sándorfalva

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