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Moxon reveals dramatic cable net crossing for River Dee

Moxon Architects and structural engineer Flint & Neill have unveiled plans for a £1 million foot and cycle bridge over the River Dee near Braemar in Scotland

Supported by a ‘cable net valley of inclined hangers’, the 85 metre-long crossing will connect the settlement with the nearby Cairngorm massif mountain range.

The suspended structure for client Braemar Community features a ‘slender silhouette’ to create a ‘unique spatial experience’ for users.

Its V-shaped pylons influence the suspension net’s geometry and create a gateway to the local wilderness area.


Project data

Architects: Moxon Architects
Location: Braemar
Type Of Project: bridge/infrastructure
Structural Engineers: Flint & Neill
Project Architect: Ben Addy
Design Team: Tim Murray, Pauline Marcombe, Ben Addy
Client: Braemar Community Limited
Funding: seeking funding
Tender date: not set
Start on site date: not set
Contract duration: not set
Gross internal floor area: N/A
Form of contract and/or procurement: most likely NEC
Total cost: projected cost circa £1million
M&e consultant:  N/A
Quantity surveyor: N/A
Planning supervisor: N/A
Lighting consultant: Moxon Architects
Main contractor: N/A at current time
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: N/A at current time


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