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Tanderrum Bridge

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John Wardle Architects and Nadaa | Oculus

One of the most interesting challenges in today’s urban fabric is how to use pedestrian infrastructure to reconnect disconnected sections of a city. Very often the new links follow the path of former railway lines. A key example is the case of Paris’s Promenade Plantée, laid out some 30 years ago and perhaps the prototype of the overhead pedestrian walkway. The more recent High-Line in New York by Diller Scofidio + Renfro is further confirmation that the elevated pedestrian walkway has become almost a typological obsession, the epitome of a certain type of urban planning. Then there are other, completely new types of walkway that intelligently marry pedestrian flow requirements with often intriguing structural functionality, producing beautiful architecture that both blends with and embellishes its landscape context. One such example is the pedestrian bridge opened...

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