The Outdoor Care Retreat, designed on behalf of the Friluftssykehuset Foundation by the Snøhetta architectural firm, is a wooden shelter intended to lighten long stays at hospitals.
In 2005 the American scholar Richard Louv coined the term NDD (Nature Deficit Disorder) to indicate the set of symptoms associated with the lack of opportunities to immerse oneself in nature.
A participation and exchange relationship, which leaves the environments of museums, galleries and closed spaces, to enter the daily life of the public. It may be reachable and possible only for a limited time and never again repeated, but powerful enough to live in the human soul forever. That’s what it is.