Gallery: Glass-Encased Austrian Suspension Bridge Encourages Public Tra...

The bridge itself seems to float, as it is suspended by two cables that are secured to adjacent buildings instead of traditional pillars. The geometric shape of the tunnel is reinforced with thin steel rods, creating a trapezoidal framework that skews the visitor’s perspective as they pass through the space.

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  1. unFolded September 30, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    Interesting… a walkway that looks like a big, empty transparent box of Nabisco saltines that was smashed into the ground on one end, then joined to two others on the other end…

    I think I’d like it more if it did not have the dark support frames. Other than that, it’s just OK for a cracker box wannabe.

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