The 'Amsterdam bridge V' Produces Its Own Energy

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: • References: yaohuawangarchitecture & psfk
The 'Amsterdam bridge V' by Yaohua Wang Architecture has a twisting steel design which makes it look like it was made for a video game. In fact, this bridge is made for real life and has several features that make it unlike any other type of overpass.

The bridge has two separate pathways; one is designated for pedestrians and the other is for cyclists. These paths meet at the bridge's hub where one can truly view the amazing design on the architecture. The spiral structure is only only majestic and beautiful but it also helps the bridge balance. On top of the swirls there are solar and wind plants which would feed energy into the program for the bridge.

This project is still just a concept, but it may further develop if it gets enough attention. Stats for Swirling Spiral Overpasses Trending: Older & Average
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