De Koog is a village at the island of Texel. The local government would like to intensify the dune character of this village. Therefore, the landscape which is surrounding the city center will be rearranged. LOOSvanVLIET designs three places for visitors to stay within this landscape. The first spot will be a square consisting of terraces. It lays at the entrance of the shopping district. The square has several seats overviewing the landscape. The height differences between these terraces are enabling the seats. The lowest terrace houses a seat to lay on. There will be a second spot half-way the landscape. It is a terrace placed thirty centimeters above the water. The third place takes the shape of a gallery near the playing field. These objects belong to the same family. They are designed according to the same principle and made from the same material: wood. To intensify the dune and beach vibe, we chose to build the wooden spots from light, grey-toned, wooden strips with a narrow joint. The construction of the strips also relates to their direction. Stacked strips are covering the height differences between our terraces.