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built around a sloped pathway, the 282-foot-long (86 meter) intervention will connect the lower downtown area with the elevated hillside. The post LMN architects utilizes weathered steel trusses to build pedestrian bridge in washington appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dutch architecture firm Space&Matter has turned a series of redundant canal-side bridge keeper's houses in Amsterdam into the SWEETS hotel. Read more
In this week's comments update, readers are debating whether The Twist art gallery by BIG is silly or sophisticated. Read more
Architecture firm Payette has created a pedestrian bridge at Northeastern University in Boston with tall metal walls and slender glazed openings that offer a glimpse of passing trains. Read more
the combination of polymers and continuous fiber produce a lightweight, high-strength structure, enabling the construction of bridges. The post first polymer pedestrian bridge to be 3D printed by royal haskoningDHV, DSM and CEAD appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the curved profile of the design is only broken when the two swinging sections open for marine traffic. The post WilkinsonEyre continues revitalization of copenhagen’s harbor with foot and cycle bridge appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Architecture studio William Matthews Associates and engineers Ney & Partners have built a bridge in Cornwall from two 30-metre cantilevered spans that don't quite meet in middle. Read more
the roboat units will connect one of the main waterways in amsterdam, transporting hundreds of people per hour across the water. The post MIT researchers develop roundAround: a movable bridge made of autonomous boats appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
96 years since its construction started, a series of digital renders show what the iconic landmark could have looked like if a government judging panel had chosen differently. The post 6 designs for the sydney harbour bridge that didn’t make it appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
bikers and pedestrians on the bridge will seem as walking over the roofs of houses in a small iranian town that hosts commercial spaces. The post CAAT studio links persian gulf lake and forest with an organic commercial bridge appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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