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ACME lands Berlin bridge contest

ACME has seen off an international shortlist of stars to win a contest to design a new pedestrian and cycling bridge in Berlin

In collaboration with structural engineers AKT II, ACME saw off competition from a 13-strong shortlist which included two other British teams headed up by Wilkinson Eyre and Amanda Levete’s practice AL_A.  

The full list of finalists

  • ANNABAU & Schüßler-Plan
  • Winkig - Froh & Klähne
  • Wilkinson Eyre & Buro Happold
  • Max Dudler & WTM
  • Schultz-Brauns & GSE
  • Schulitz & RFR
  • GmasP & Martinez Segovia Fernández Pallas
  • ANNABAU & Werner Sobek
  • Estudio Guadiana &  Muttoni & Fernández
  • AL_A & Teuffel
  • Brigitte Kochta & Mayr | Ludescher
  • Swillus & Miebach

The minimalist bridge will span across the Berlin-Spandau Ship Canal, where the new Europacity urban quarter is under construction.

The practice also won third prize for its proposals for a second bridge, located south of the contest-winning scheme.

The bridge is set to complete in 2017.

Project data

Location Berlin, Germany
Type of project bridge 
Client Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt Berlin  
Architect ACME 
Structural engineer AKT II  
Quantity surveyor HÖHLER+PARTNER
Lighting designer SEAM
Competition date 2014
Completion date 2017

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