Definitely not a bridge!
From Dezeen: Dutch architecture firm OMA was among 74 entrants for a competition to design a new footbridge across London's River Thames – but its entry was more about making a statement than trying to win, explains practice partner Reinier de Graaf. Last month our office took part in a competition for the Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge in London. We did not win this competition and, funny as it may sound, also did not expect to. For decades, bridges have been used as a pretext
Tabiat Pedestrian Bridge
From the architect. Tabiat Bridge is the largest pedestrian bridge built so far in Iran. Located in north of Tehran, it connects two public parks by spanning over Shahid Modarres, one of the major highways of the city. ‘Tabiat’ means ‘Nature’ in Persian language. The bridge is about 270 meters long and consists of a 3 dimensional truss with two continuous levels that sits on three tree shape columns. There are two platforms on top of the main columns forming the 3rd level vie
Providence River Pedestrian Bridge
From Archdaily: Architect: inFORM Studio Location: Providence, Rhode Island, United States Project Team: Kenneth Van Tine, Gina Van Tine, Michael Guthrie, Cory Lavigne, Anna Haezebrouck, Robert Miller, Jeremy Ervin, Jordan Whitted Structural Engineer: Bruno Happold Project Year: 2010 Photographs: Courtesy of inFORM Studio The Providence River Pedestrian Bridge is a unique urban proposal in that the basis of its proposition is an exchange of transit medium. The relocation of a