'everyday materials and structures transformed into something magical'
Burd Haward Marston Architects worked with artist Richard Wentworth and structural engineer Buro Happold on this submission to a limited competition for a pedestrian and cycle bridge at Bristol's Temple Quay. Designed to be 'inhabited' as opposed to simply traversed, the structure includes spaces for picnicking and lingering, as well as a central walking zone.
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