Twelve Bridges Designed by Drost and Van Veen Architects

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Oct 13, 2009 • References: & archdaily
The award-winning twelve bridges designed by Drost and Van Veen architects in Haarlemmermeer, the Netherlands perfectly blend the theme of mobility and transport with the surrounding nature. The bridges were built to connect areas in Haarlemmermeer’s business park ‘The President.’

Of the twelve bridges designed, nine are slow traffic bridges and three are exclusively for cars. All of the bridges are designed as one family of images relating in shape and material. One beautiful feature of The President park area is a waterfront promenade for walking and cycling. The slow traffic bridges help to connect these walkway-like links on a chain. Stats for Traffic-Slowing Structures Trending: Older & Chilly
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