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Star-of Cianjhen Bike Bridge
Kaohsiung

The overall shape of bridge like a “vine” spread through the stiff urban jungle. The curve-folding sunshade roof creates a multi-layered material expression to soften the city landscape. Vine-like structures at the same time hold the lower center of bicycle lanes and the top air garden exclusively for pedestrians. Three lanes organically extend outward and spread into the surrounding greenery among the city.

In the night, the star has very beautiful illumination design, further creates a new artistic landmark in Kaohsiung. Even though this large organic sculpture requires high construction technique, it strengthens the bridge as a piece of artistic handicraft.

http://pwbgis.kcg.gov.tw/achievement/qzhen_bridge/eng/index.html

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Uploaded: 12/11/2013
Updated: 20/11/2013
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