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The Copenhagen Gate Features a Joining of Two 65-Foot Buildings

 - Nov 24, 2015
References: stevenholl & dezeen
The Steven Holls Architects group has recently put together a project dubbed the Copenhagen Gate that joins together two harbor skyscrapers using a cycle bridge that is 65-feet above the water below. The bridge offers passage for both bike riders and pedestrians to cross over between the two structures effortlessly.

The Copenhagen Gate is a long spanning bridge design that will connect two different areas of the harbor together. The design particularly focuses on the design of the bridge being greatly above water, roughly 65-feet in the air. The bridge will have a covered top allowing both bikers and pedestrians to walk effortlessly between the two spaces no matter what the weather conditions are. The bridge provides easy passage in a space where there naturally is none.