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A-001 Taller de Arquitectura | Puente de Venecia

Concept & Competition A-001 Architectural Workshop | Puente de Venecia

A-001 Architectural Workshop | Puente de VeneciaThe arch as a string instrument that inspires the structural melody of a bridge in Venice, two points of tension and multiple lines that distribute the forces. This project is the alternative of an uncommon solution: proving that the equilibrium, does not require symmetry.

A-001 Architectural Workshop | Puente de Venecia

A-001 Architectural Workshop | Puente de Venecia

A-001 Architectural Workshop | Puente de VeneciaThe intention of the bridge is to have a different experience during the crosswalk between two islands, and brings the opportunity to show some architectural records of Venice, Italy, we are proposing a museum that resumes the knowledge as a contemporary propose that exhibits the jewels of the past.

A-001 Architectural Workshop | Puente de Venecia

A-001 Architectural Workshop | Puente de VeneciaThis Project was entrusted by the government of the Italian city as a substitution of the “Academy Bridge”. It´s a disagreement converted into an encounter point, happening into a communication way.  The tension is resolved as a work of art, in hands of an expert.

 
Location: Venice, Italy
Project: A-001 Architectural Workshop
Architect: Eduardo Gorozpe Fernández
Year: 2006
Description: Museum-Bridge in Venice
Type: Urban
Surface: 1,000.00 M2
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