Tag Bridges

Moxon Architects’ Esperance Bridge in King’s Cross, London

05-08-2021

Moxon Architects’ Esperance Bridge in King’s Cross, London

Commissioned by King's Cross and designed by Moxon Architects and Arup, the new Esperance Bridge, named by the children of a nearby school, is inspired by the area’s industrial past. The new infrastructure crosses Regent's Canal to link Pancras Square with the area’s shopping district, Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square, a classic symbol of London.

Striatus - an arched 3D-concrete-printed bridge in Venice

23-07-2021

Striatus - an arched 3D-concrete-printed bridge in Venice

On the occasion of the Venice Architecture Biennale, an arched bridge printed in 3D concrete – the first of its kind – was installed and inaugurated at the Giardini della Marinaressa, in Venice. The project was developed by ETH Zürich's Block Research Group in collaboration with the Zaha Hadid Architects Computation and Design Group (ZHACODE), division of the architecture firm with the same name, and with Incremental3D (in3D). Moreover, the project and was made possible thanks to the two-component concrete developed by Holcim.

A hi-tech footbridge over the Moldau

02-04-2021

A hi-tech footbridge over the Moldau

A team of architects and engineers from Prague’s Klokner Institute CTU have built a footbridge over Bohemia’s Moldau River, on the EuroVelo 7 cycling route from Sweden to Sicily.

Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk designs new pedestrian bridge over the Vøringsfossen waterfall in Norway

29-10-2020

Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk designs new pedestrian bridge over the Vøringsfossen waterfall in Norway

Architecture and landscape: the indissoluble pair that accompanies every stretch of the so-called Norwegian Scenic Routes. A clearly visible dialogue in the project designed by architect Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk for the Vøringsfossen waterfall, the largest in Norway and a popular tourist attraction since the early 1800s. The suspension bridge, with its 99 steps, is part of the Norwegian Scenic Route Hardangervidda, the largest Norwegian Scenic Route project to date and set to be completed in 2023.

Contemporary connections, two glass walkways in Prague by OV-A

22-10-2020

Contemporary connections, two glass walkways in Prague by OV-A

Czech architectural practice OV-A has designed a transparent walkway connecting two historic buildings and giving Prague’s University of Chemistry and Technology (UCT) a new symbol. A contemporary design with a shape that speaks to the world of chemistry sets up an elegant connection with the old buildings.

A glass bridge in China by UAD

08-09-2020

A glass bridge in China by UAD

The glass bridge in the Huangchuan Three Gorges Scenic Area designed by the Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University Co. Ltd. (UAD) has set the local benchmark for high-tech engineering, and at the same time looks as if it has sprung forth from the natural environment.

Mechanized River Valley Access in Edmonton, Canada by DIALOG

22-05-2020

Mechanized River Valley Access in Edmonton, Canada by DIALOG

The Mechanized River Valley Access by DIALOG connects downtown Edmonton, Canada with its spectacular Saskatchewan river valley. The project is one of the recipients of the 2020 National Urban Design Award, organized by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CLSA).

Canada, Prix du XXe Siècle Award of Excellence 2020

12-05-2020

Canada, Prix du XXe Siècle Award of Excellence 2020

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and the National Trust for Canada have announced that the Niagara Parks Commission’s Butterfly Conservatory is the recipient of the 2020 Prix du XXe Siècle Award of Excellence. Additionally, the Humber River Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge has received a Certificate of Merit.

AREP expansion of Montpellier railway station using ETFE

04-01-2019

AREP expansion of Montpellier railway station using ETFE

The expansion of Montpellier railway station spans the tracks with pointed arches covered with ETFE

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