// arthitectural / bridge
  • Since 1912, the High Level Bridge has been a presence in daily Edmonton life, linking the city’s north and south sides. The 777-meter long bridge, however, had never been lit, which meant every night, the iconic structure vanished from the skyline. To give it the pride of place it deserved among the night sky, the […]


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  • A sweeping, spiraled building vocabulary designed to maximize floorplate efficacy, and symbolically capture energy created by the adjacent bridge ramps. Checkout Vancouver’s newest gem; South Creek Landing. Designed by Arno Matis Architecture, this innovative, transit-oriented edifice located at the southwestern foot of the Cambie bridge may soon become the symbolic gateway to Vancity’s uptown. A […]


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Scale Lane Bridge on River Hull in full swing An innovative swing bridge over the River Hull has opened to the public, offering pedestrians the unique experience of riding on the bridge as it opens and closes to river traffic, believed to be a World’s first. The black steel bridge has a distinctive robust character and curving form, […]


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Our Flickr Pool has now more than 360 photos! As you know the best pictures will be published on the 5th day of next month, highlighting the photographers credit with a link to his Flickr page. The best five pictures from Flickr Part 7 are: Photo by: Rober1000x | THE WATCHTOWER Photo by: timothy soar | Chobham Academy  Photo by: (XAM+ANNA) | Moderno_Contemporaneo Photo […]


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Red Wire is a sculpture, designed for the city of Eindhoven. COEN! designed this piece of art for ‘Woensel-West’. It connects this lively area with the rest of the city. A red wire wriggles through metal rings in and out of the pavement, to end triumphant in the facade of the Woensel-West community centre. On […]


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