Fundo Tic Toc Pier

Located within the Parque Nacional Corcovado preserve in the Los Lagos region of Chile, this newly constructed pier is part of ongoing conservation efforts to protect and restore the larger site by our founder Trey Trahan.

Constructed and crafted by hand out of large slabs of native coihue wood, the pier is oriented towards the mountains at the horizon and provides access to the beaches at the periphery of the site. The pier is structured by way of a series of simple wooden dowels, thereby eliminating the need for any metal fasteners or attachments.

Corcovado National Park, Patagonia, Chile

Completed 2018

Total Pier Length: 240 ft, 8 ft x 2 ft wood planks

Project Team
Trey Trahan FAIA, Conner Bryan

Master Planning , Featured , Responsibility , Rootedness

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