situated within a flat and barren landscape of the northern region of nordkynnhalvøya, norway, resides 'reinoksevann', a humble pavilion by norwegian practice PUSHAK architects. adjacent to a road, the structure serves as an open air rest area 
with a series of wind blocks comprised of partitions oriented at a variety of angles to protect visitors from gusts approaching 
from all directions. a series of benches in three niched sitting areas face different directions shield weary travelers from the 
weather while fireplaces may be used to cook the fish sourced from the nearby lake.

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