The idea is that each door symbolises one of the 7 pilgrim words:
No worries (= bekymringsløshed in Danish)
The door representing "Silence" was placed in a park in the main city of our island (population approximately 10.000).
Apparently it was a bit too provocative to someone that a door representing such a dangerous thing as silence was placed in the public space - so somebody vandalised it completely. You can see the result of it here: Broken silence (the site is in Danish)
I happen to know the artist, and I felt bad that her work of art was destroyed after being on display for about a month or so. The doors were all old doors that had been salvaged and given to her. SO they were mostly made for interior use and they were never meant to be vandalism proof.
As you can see, whoever did the job made sure it was done thoroughly.
I talked to Anja (the artist) and explained that I would like to build her a new door that would be a little more sturdy than the old one, so it would require an even bigger effort to destroy it if the vandals should want to try it again. She liked the suggestion, so I have started making a door as an ad hoc project.
The frame is being made by 6x6" larch that is assembled with drawbored tenons. The door itself is going to be made out of 1½" massive larch mounted upon 2x5" stiffeners. The hinges are some old hinges from an interior door in my barn.
I like the idea to be able to contribute to that art and the freedom of expressing oneself is not intimidated to silence by means of simple acts of vandalism.
The upper part of the frame ready for assembly.
The assembled frame. (It needed to be pulled ½"into square).