T. W. Jensens Plads in Struer
Struer is the City of Sound, and this is reflected in the town square, T. W. Jensens Plads, also reflects this. A square named after the late local merchant and trader T.W. Jensen.
The square is part of a larger plan to make the city more connected and give people a place to take breaks and meet.
A continuous large bench is shaped like a sound wave. All around are three-meter-high interactive tuning forks that play the voices of Struer citizens when tapped and are matched with interactive lights in the evening.
The square is paved with granite tiles and paving stones, and trees have been planted to provide shelter. The paving is maintenance and weed-free, as Lithomex’s L-series strength joints are used between the tiles and stone.