5 news and picture results for the tag: Bridges.

235 Van Buren in Chicago, United States

January 6, 2011 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
235 Van Buren in Chicago, United States

Located in 235 Van Buren, Chicago, United States  was designed by Perkins+Will. Its architecture is divided into two masses as a response to two site conditions; the first condition, to the north, is the densely infilled context of the Chicago “Loop.” The second condition, to the south, is an open space created by a freeway and major traffic interchange which contains a small park. The... 

IM VIADUKT, Viaduct in Zurich, Switzerland

November 30, 2010 Filed Under: Bridges, Urban Design
IM VIADUKT, Viaduct  in Zurich, Switzerland

Designed by EM2N Mathias Müller Daniel Niggli Architekten AG ETH SIA BSA, IM VIADUKT, Viaduct  is located in Zurich, Switzerland. The viaduct is more than just a bridge. Like a mountain chain erected by human hand it appears in the town with a scale derived from the landscape and topography. The infrastructure element, originally used as a railway line, is to form a linear park that will be part... 

Clifton Hill Rail Project in Melbourne, Australia

August 16, 2010 Filed Under: Bridges, Urban Design
Clifton Hill Rail Project in Melbourne, Australia

Designed by MGS Architects, Loocated in Melbourne, Australia, The Clifton Hill Rail Project demanded the building of a second railway track between Clifton Hill and Westgarth stations while retaining daily commuter services. This complex project required an elegant solution camouflaging an economical reinforced concrete structure that satisfied community expectations of minimal disruption to the neighbourhood... 

District Court in Malmö, Sweden

July 12, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
District Court in Malmö, Sweden

District Court that located in Malmö, Sweden, was designed by schmidt hammer lassen architects. Construction has finished on schmidt hammer lassen architects’ design for a new District Court in Malmö, Sweden. The completed scheme includes a new 10,000 sq m courthouse adjacent to the existing 3,000 sq m listed court building. SHL architects won the prestigious project in 2004, electing not to create... 

Fenghua Bridge by Marc Mimram Architects, China

December 29, 2009 Filed Under: Bridges, Urban Design
Fenghua Bridge by Marc Mimram Architects, China

The FengHua Brigde that located in Tiajin, China, was designed and completed by Marc Mimram Architects in 2007. The Fenghua Bridge project provides the opportunity to develop two themes: one on the geographical anchorage of the structure on the river, the other on the sign of modernism attached to the technological and artisanal capacities of contemporary China. The Fenghua Bridge project combines...