There is a small shed at Eisma harbour. There used to be an overseer registering how many fish all the fishermen brought from the sea. There was a lot of fish in the sea and thus also the shed for the fishermen’s equipment was large and grand. Today, there is little fish in the sea and instead of the fishermen’s shed, there is the harbour building for sailors. The former overseer’s shed had been taken over by big ants – red wood ants. Nevertheless, there was a need for a building to meet the simple daily requirements of both fishermen and other sailors. So this became the extension of the ant shed – as it is important to retain continuity.
In terms of architecture, the volume of the building is simple with the structural solution clearly exposed. We highlight the details providing users with the charm of novelty and emotions.