Structural bridges can be adjusted and enhanced in various ways, and Peter Zumthor is one of those architects who knows exactly how to put a creative twist on these connecting designs. His latest work will connect the gap to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, stretching over a busy road.
The design flows seamlessly across the road, featuring smooth, curved lines that do not take away from the surrounding area. Overall the bridge does not look like traditional designs, as it appears more like a snake winding its way through the air than a simple path for people to walk through. However, this is what makes Zumthor an innovator of his time: he can take a straightforward path and turn it into something memorable. Photo Credits: designboom, zumthor.tumblr
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