Archive for the ‘Bridge’ Category
Sunday, March 6th, 2016
Article source: Jantzen studio
The Solar Zigzag Footbridge is a design proposal for a public functional art structure. The painted steel bridge is designed to span one hundred feet over a roadway, a stream, or a ravine. The structure is thirty-two feet tall, and eighteen feet wide. It is made from six overlapping triangular shaped steel trusses that are welded together and separated by a steel and wood planked walkway near the center, and a frame at the top that supports five large solar cell panels. The solar cell panels are used to generate electricity for the community in which the Solar Zigzag Footbridge is located, and to light the structure at night.
Image Courtesy © Jantzen studio
Saturday, February 27th, 2016
Article source: Alper Derinboğaz,Salon
Istanbul based award winner studio Alper Derinboğaz,Salon designed Beylikdüzü Life Valley Bridges and Routes masterplan project with the guidelines of possibilities, the ideas, the dreams, and the scenarios under the title of “Keeping the Valley Alive” within shaping the future of the valley will be pieced together with the targets of keeping it livable, accessible, sustainable, feasible. Salon detailed the design process with in 3 main headings, namely Access the Valley, Feel the Valley, and Watch the Valley to make up the backbone of the project with the inclusion of transitions and strong relationships between different scales such as the civil society, the city scale, the district scale, and the bridge scale.
Image Courtesy © Alper Derinboğaz,Salon
Friday, February 26th, 2016
Article source: Gianluca milesi architecture
A bridge is built to connect two points and to remove an obstacle.
The “Bussa” is the bridge connecting two parts of the city of Milan separated by a high speed road, a train line and tall buildings. but is closed do the public and in state of neglect and decay.
But a bridge is a connection, so we thought the our project should emphasize this idea of connection.
We thought to a structural “Net” as the physical and symbolic imagine of the project.
Image Courtesy © Gianluca milesi architecture
Wednesday, January 20th, 2016
Article source: Dans architects
DANS arhitekti was founded in 2004 by Rok Bogataj, Miha Dešman, Eva Fišer Berlot, Vlatka Ljubanović, and Katarina Pirkmajer Dešman. Their approach leads to architecture that conceives the physical environment, space and culture that we live and work within; architecture that fosters social contacts, acts therapeutically, improves living culture and expands our imagination. Their architecture originates from the reflection of the physical, social, and symbolic context of the location, where it is embedded, and the content it is intended for. DANS arhitekti are most fond of projects with a salient social dimension, such as schools, kindergartens, hospitals, buildings for people with special needs, and, in recent years, they are engaged in the wondrous realm of sacral architecture.
Image Courtesy © Dans architects
- Architects: Dans architects
- Project: The bicycle bridge across the Sava River
- Location: Slovenia
Tuesday, January 5th, 2016
Article source: SANTIAGO CALATRAVA LLC
Santiago Calatrava has been hired to design three landmark road and pedestrian bridges in the rapidly expanding Chinese city of Huashan. Huashan is situated approximately 20 kilometers east of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province in central China. These three iconic steel bridges will span the new Yangtze River canal, which connects to feeder lakes of the Yangtze River. The trio of bridges, called Xihu, Xianbi and Lincong, will facilitate vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians between the two sides and along the banks of the rapidly developing city. The construction of these bridges is central to the development of Huashan’s new urban center.
Artistic impression of an aerial view of the canal, Image Courtesy © Santiago Calatrava LLC
Wednesday, December 16th, 2015
Article source: Atelier Zündel Cristea
The scope of this project is to provide a new crossing for pedestrians, over the River Irwell from the A6, to The Meadow on the North of the river. It will help to unlock the vast development potential of a major corridor linking Salford and Manchester.
Image Courtesy © Atelier Zündel Cristea
Friday, October 30th, 2015
Article source: PERALTA AYESA architects
This project consists of, on the one hand, the construction of a pedestrian bridge to improve access between the park and the city and, on the other hand, the construction of some sheds, in the park’s fruit and vegetable garden area, to serve as storage spaces for the garden concessionaires.
Image Courtesy © Pedro Pegenaute
- Architects: PERALTA AYESA architects, Raúl Escrivá Peyró (OPERA engineering), Juan José Peralta Gracia y Andrés Ayesa Pascual
- Project: THE RIO ARGA PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE AND COMMUNITY GARDENTOOL SHEDS
- Location: Aranzadi Park of Pamplona, NAVARRE, Spain
- Photography: Pedro Pegenaute, Eduardo Berián / Hidrone
- Partnership: Alfonso Pérez Negro (Technical architect), Carlos Ros Zuasti (Lighting engineering), FLUMEN S.L. (Environmental report), GEEA S.L. (Geotechnical study)
- Builder: U.T.E. APEZETXEA ANAIAK S.L. – GOGOR S.A.
- Construction: (December 2014 – June 2015)
- Area Pedestrian bridge: 274,70 m2
- Community gardentool sheds: 424,50 m2
- Year Project: (April 2014 – July 2014)
- Budget: 929.931,74 €
Sunday, October 11th, 2015
Article source: ZUS
The Luchtsingel is open. Decades after their separation, the 400-meter-long pedestrian bridge has reconnected three districts in the heart of Rotterdam. The Luchtsingel was initiated and designed by the Rotterdam-based architects ZUS and is the world’s first piece of public infrastructure to be accomplished mostly through crowdfunding. Together with the new public spaces, including the Delftsehof, Dakakker, Pompenburg Park, and the Hofplein Station Roof Park, a ‘three-dimensional cityscape’ has arisen.
Image Courtesy © ZUS
- Architects: ZUS
- Project: The Luchtsingel
- Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Software used: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, ProSteel, SCIA, Technosoft Construct, Technosoft Raamwerk, Compufix 8.4, Microsoft Excel, Adobe Photoshop
- Client: Own initiative / City Initiative Rotterdam
- Contractor: Groot Lemmer
- Length : 400m
- Date: 2011 – 2014
Tuesday, September 29th, 2015
Article source: Linearscape Architecture, PLLC
Wild Walk is an interactive nature walk at the Wild Center, a non-profit organization and nature center committed to helping people explore and learn about the natural environment of the Adirondacks. Built in the forest, Wild Walk is designed as an elevated trail of bridges that creates a learning landscape; bringing visitors up into the treetops to offer a new perspective of the forest. The project consists of a series of platforms connected by bridges that start at grade level and gradually bring people 40 ft. above grade to look out over the surrounding woodlands. The platforms are supported by Corten steel posts designed to be an abstraction of the surrounding white pine trees. Wild Walk is almost fully accessible, family oriented and includes a four-story twig tree house, swinging bridges, a spider’s web for shared play hovering 24 ft. off the ground and many opportunities to sit, observe and learn about the forest below. The walk culminates in a life-sized bald eagle’s nest at the highest point that visitors can inhabit.
Wild Center, Image Courtesy © Linearscape Architecture, PLLC
- Architects: Linearscape Architecture, PLLC
- Project: Wild Walk
- Location: Tupper Lake, New York
- Software used: Revit
- Project Team: Wayne Striker and Ting Chin
- Regulatory Approvals/Landscape and Site Planning: William W. Palmer and Barbara M. Budzinski
- Structural Engineers: Silman
- Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineers: Syska Hennessy Group, Inc.
- Contractor: Northland Associates with Phoenix Welding & Fabricating
- Exhibit Design and Fabrication: Cost of Wisconsin and The Wild Center
- Exhibit Graphic Design: Derek Prior
- Client: The Wild Center, 45 Museum Dr, Tupper Lake, NY 12986
- Designer: Charles P. Reay
Thursday, September 3rd, 2015
Article source: Studio Olafur Eliasson
Cirkelbroen celebrates pedestrians. It reflects the daily life and intimacy that you find around the canal in the Christianshavn neighbourhood, its houseboats and sailing boats, the unique life on the ramparts. Copenhagen’s harbour was once a centre of maritime activity, and Cirkelbroen is a testimony to that history.
Image Courtesy © Søren Svendsen
- Architects: Studio Olafur Eliasson
- Project: Cirkelbroen Bridge
- Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
- Photography: Anders Sune Berg, Søren Svendsen