The most unusual bridges in the world – which ends in nothing, folding like a caterpillar, water for ships, located below the water level, and many others.
The Wandsworth Council in London is currently holding a design competition for a planned pedestrian and bicycle bridge that will span the Thames between Nine Elms and Pimlico. So far the competition has attracted 87 design proposals, many of which … Read More
David Allen install pieces in public view, next to roads, below bridges, at the beach, anywhere where they might be seen by someone who needs some inspiration in their life. “My love for the outdoors, the elements, and all other … Read More
Knight Architects have completed a bridge in London that is both simple and spectacular. In collaboration with structural engineers AKT II, the bridge experts installed 5 steel beams that open and close in sequence, rising to different angles using hydraulic … Read More
Amazing Secluded Treehouses in Atlanta Linked by Bridges. Architect Peter Bahouth built a series of houses in the trees connected by wooden bridges in Atlanta. Peter is an environmentalist whose love of nature and memories of boyhood treehouses inspired him … Read More
When the Old Seven Mile Bridge was built, it was an engineering wonder of the early 1900s. Part of Henry Flagler’s famous railway to Key West, it ran across nearly seven miles of open water to connect Marathon to the … Read More
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