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Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge

2011 Merit Award for Architecture Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge – San Diego, CA Architect: Safdie Rabines Architects

This iconic bridge connects Balboa Park to San Diego Bay, completing the city’s 100-year-old vision of a Park-to-Bay link. It also provides a safe crossing over the heavily traveled Harbor Drive and existing train and trolley tracks, and links...

Completing San Diego's vision of a Park-to-Bay link, the Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge connects Balboa Park to San Diego Bay and provides a safe crossing over the heavily traveled Harbor Drive, existing train and trolley tracks.

Pedestrian Bridge - photo by G. O'Graffer, via Flickr;  The banks of Arkansas River and Little Arkansas River west of downtown Wichita, Kansas, are lined with a series of parks. They are interconnected by a number of attractive pedestrian bridges such as this one which was built in 2006.

The banks of Arkansas River and Little Arkansas River west of downtown Wichita are lined with a series of parks. They are interconnected by a number of attractive pedestrian bridges such as this one which was built in

Helix Bridge at Night, Singapore

Helix Bridge at Night, Singapore

Kurilpa Bridge, Tank Street, Brisbane, Australia - Cox Rayner Architects with Arup #bridge

Kurilpa Bridge, Brisbane, Australia designed by Cox Rayner Architects and Arup :: pedestrian bridge, longest tensegrity bridge

Stratford City Bridge 1 - Knight Architects

Stratford City Bridge 1 - Knight Architects

West India Quay Bridge, London, by Jan Kaplicky

West India Quay Footbridge, London/ Future Systems with Anthony Hunt Associates

Необычная конструкция напоминает воротник-жабо

Image 1 of 12 from gallery of Elliptical Bridge Proposal / Penda. Courtesy of Chris Precht and Alex Daxböck

Longest tensegrity bridge - Brisbane - by Cox Rayner and Arup

Kurilpa Bridge, a pedestrian & cycling bridge in Brisbane Australia. The longest tensegrity bridge - Brisbane - by Cox Rayner and Arup

Pedestrian bridge at La Défense Valmy (Source: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes, Paris

Bauen mit Stahl: Internationaler Architektur-Kongress 2012 in Essen

Pedestrian bridge at La Défense Valmy (Source: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes, Paris

The world's widest bridge is nearing completion. This mega-project will traverse the gap between Europe and Asia once again.

The world's widest bridge is nearing completion. This mega-project will traverse the gap between Europe and Asia once again.

Santiago Calatrava

Santiago Calatrava

Nescio Bridge, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2005 designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects/Arup

The Nescio Bridge is the first suspension bridge in the Netherlands and spans the Rhine Canal. The Amsterdam–Rhine Canal was built to connect the port city of Amsterdam to the main shipping artery of the Rhine River.

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