A Twisting Pedestrian Bridge Keeps Everyone Safe and Looks Great Doing It

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All Images Courtesy of DVVD / Alain Baudry

When the Paris-based architecture firm DVVD (hyperlink) set out to build a pedestrian bridge, they wanted to please everyone. Keep drivers safe from thrown objects by installing protective mesh around the bridge. Keep pedestrians safe by providing a well-lit passage over a busy road and river, but without caging them in. And so was born the twisting pedestrian bridge in Evry, France, just south of Paris, a remarkable design that’s reminiscent of strands of DNA….Read the full story on TreeHugger