Nov 11, 2009
Ok, before I begin you might say that bridges are not architect buildings, that bridges are engineer stuff, and so on. But I should say that this kind of building without the architect's touch would be just another bridge and nothing else. The architect brings a memorable experience to this path and creates wonderful landscapes with these contructions, some of them representing cities such as San Francisco, where the Golden Gate Bridge has become one of the city's most beautiful and photographed attraction.
Each build has its own features: the length, size, materials, colors and of course, the place where its constructed. I choose 12 bridges with different designs from around the world, to show you how the imagination of the architect can transform what would be a simple passing on an unforgettable moment on your travel!
Vasco da Gama Bridge, Lisbon
Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California
Brooklyn Bridge, New York
Bixby Bridge in Big Sur, California
Alamillo Bridge in Seville, Spain
Bridge-Tunnel Combination: Oresund Bridge, Sweden - Denmark
JK Bridge in Brasilia, Brazil
Kurilpa Bridge, Queensland
Skye Bridge, Scotlhand
Hangzhou Bay Bridge, China
Millau Viaduct, France
Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires