Louise Nissen is a Danish spatial designer and she proposed a solution for the British abandoned coast Margate, England, due to the extreme London’s extreme air pollution.
Louise Nissen considered that is an environmental issue, therefore the project “Sea Sanctuary” was located in the old Clifton Baths, Margate, being a respiratory healing center.
In the animated illustrations of her project of “Sea Sanctuary”, her dreams come true: the sea bath is resurrected, and contemporary additions of saltwater saunas and therapy rooms reinvigorate the old lido.
Louise describes herself on her website: “I’m a Master of Arts student at The Royal College of Art, School of Architecture in London, studying Interior Design. I have been working with a lot of different aspects of spatial design including retail design, concept development, installation design, and creative direction. I enjoy exploring materials, graphic design, creating objects and has an eye for detail. My work is ingenious with a mixture of creative intelligence and playfulness. With an eclectic and relentlessly curious attitude, I create bespoke design solutions.”