Adam Khan’s wetlands centre floats between land and water

The visitor centre café is one of several lightweight pavilions built on a floating pontoons that will rise and fall with the water level.

Source: Frank Woessner

The design of the Brockholes Wetland Nature Reserve buildings in Lancashire draw inspiration from the villages of Iraq’s Marsh Arabs

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