On a fine Easter morning in 2005, the architect’s family set out on a daytrip along the sea and they found a stone island in the bay of the Baltic Sea with ruins of a building. It turned out to be a former fish farm pumping station, built in the1980s. Over 20 years since it was built, it had never been exploited. This monument of the Soviet industrial architecture was transformed into a vacation home for the architect’s family. The vacation home was registered as Easter Island. The original Easter Island in the Pacific Ocean was also discovered at Easter. To celebrate the legend the images of the stone Moai are perforated in the sliding iron shutters of the house.
Izquierda / Left: Vista exterior / Outdoor view. Fotografía / Photography: ©Jordi Bernadó. Arriba / Above: Plano de situación / Site plan.