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The 'Lucky Knot' Bridge in China Was Inspired by the Mobius Strip

 - Nov 2, 2016
References: nextarchitects & dezeen
Designed by 'NEXT Architects,' the Lucky Knot bridge is now complete and has been unveiled for public use.

The bridge is located in Changsha, China and from afar, features an almost serpentine quality with its steep curves and multiple thin walkways. It is a bright red in color and offers pedestrians with "a variety of different routes across the Dragon King Harbour River." The Lucky Knot bridge's unique serpentine shape was inspired by the Mobius ring – a band that has only one side and one boundary – as well as Chinese knotting art.

This bridge is truly a feat of architecture and can be appreciated by locals and tourists in the area alike.